July 9, 2019
July 9, 2019

Attorneys at Webster & Garino Argue Indiana Cell Phone Case Before Spreme Court of Indiana: Can a Defendant be Compelled to Unlock a Cell Phone or is This a Violation of The United State Constitutional Fifth Amendment Privilege Against Self-Incrimination?

On April 18, 2019, William Webster of Webster & Garino argued the Indiana cell phone case before the Supreme Court of Indiana. The case, Katelin Eunjoo Seo v. State of Indiana, Trial Court Cause No. 29D01–1708–MC–5640, and Appellate Court Case Number 18S-CR-595, went up on appeal to the Supreme Court after the Court of Appeals of Indiana ruled in ...
July 1, 2019
July 1, 2019

How to Calculate Child Support for Self-Employed People

Indiana law bases child support calculations on parental income. People earning regular salaries have their income data readily available. Self-employed parents, however, tend to have inconsistent pay. Their variable monthly income presents difficulties when a family court calculates child support. If you're self-employed or the co-parent of your children is self-employed, then a Continue Reading
June 28, 2019
June 28, 2019

Criminal Defense: How Courts Decide Whether Self-Defense is Valid

The concept of self-defense applies to a person who commits an act of violence to repel or neutralize an attacker. If you have experienced such an incident, then learning about your legal rights is a priority. The representation of a Carmel Indiana lawyer could prepare you to communicate your side of the story to authorities. You should not assume that a prosecutor reviewing your case will i...
June 25, 2019
June 25, 2019

Indiana Divorce Laws Regarding Property

Indiana divorce laws regarding property can be a difficult area to navigate.  In looking for an Indiana lawyer to represent you in your Indiana divorce case it is vital that you hire someone who understands the law and what factors the Court will look at in determining an equitable distribution of the marital estate. Indiana divorce courts initially presu...
June 4, 2019
June 4, 2019

What will happen to my 401k in an Indiana Divorce?

In Indiana, Courts presume a 50/50 division of the marital property is just and reasonable, however, the presumption may be rebutted if the evidence is presented that more property should be attributed to that party. Marital property includes “all” property owned by the parties, including property owned individually, jointly, inherited or acquired before or during the marriage.  An individua...
May 9, 2019
May 9, 2019

High Net Worth Divorce — Everything You Need to Know

Divorce happens for a variety of reasons at any stage in marriage. Many questions surround those involved during a divorce. When it comes to high net worth divorce, known as a divorce with net liquid assets of approximately $1,000,000 or more, it’s no different. Find a Lawyer When you initially said those “I Dos” a divorce was f...