Family law matters are sometimes complex, difficult, and always hard for those who are going through the experience – especially the first time. It is difficult mentally and emotionally but feels worse if you are alone. It is normally in your best interest to hire an attorney to guide you through the process and help you resolve your problems as efficiently as possible. Normally an attorney will help you save time and money, so you can start to heal and move on with your life. Attorney McCloskey’s focus is on helping you with your legal problems and guiding you through the process.

Martin A. McCloskey, Attorney and Counselor at Law, offers affordable, high-quality legal representation for not only family law, but other civil and criminal matters as well.

Attorney McCloskey has been a domestic relations mediator since May 2008 and is a cooperative family law practitioner. Attorney McCloskey also has a Certificate of Achievement from Thomas M. Cooley Law School where he successfully completed all requirements in the concentration of litigation, and has years of practical experience in the courtroom. If you must go to court, it is best to have an attorney experienced in litigation. 

Family Law Areas of Practice

Attorney Martin A. McCloskey handles all kinds of family law cases such as: Divorce, Paternity, Child Custody, Child Support, Parenting Time (Visitation), Motions to Modify Child Custody, Motions to Modify Child Support, Emancipation, Step-Parent Adoptions, Contesting Adoptions, Guardianships, Wills, Trusts, Deeds, Probate, and Powers of Attorney.

As a military veteran, former police officer, and former Elkhart County Commissioner, Attorney McCloskey remains dedicated to seeking justice and protecting the rights of individuals who find themselves in unchartered waters.

If you have a legal problem – be it family law or otherwise – or if you just need legal advice, contact Attorney McCloskey today, as there is no charge for the initial phone consultation. 

Helpful Links:

Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines
http://www.in.gov/judiciary/rules/parenting/index.html

Indiana Child Support Guidelines
http://www.in.gov/judiciary/rules/child_support/index.html

Indiana Child Support Calculator for Parents
http://mycourts.in.gov/csc/parents

Transparenting and Season Registration (Elkhart County)
http://www.bashor.org

Supervised Parenting, Parent Education and other child related programs (Elkhart County)
http://www.capselkhart.org

Up to Parents Website: For divorced or divorcing parents
Dissolution of Marriage, also see Parents and Professional Corners
http://www.uptoparents.org/

Proud to Parent Website: For parents who were never married to each other
Paternity, also see Parents and Professional Corners
http://www.proudtoparent.org/