Early on in his career, Indianapolis divorce lawyer Blake Reed noticed something unique about practicing family law.
As he assisted clients through one of the most difficult times of their lives, and he dealt with issues regarding child custody, visitation, child support and division of assets, he realized he was able to build a more personal connection with them as compared to tort disputes and other aspects of general practice.
“In summary, the appeal is representing clients by protecting the most important aspect of their individual life, their legacy, i.e. their children and assets,” Mr. Reed said.
Mr. Reed takes pride in his attention to detail, a characteristic that facilitates a deep understanding of each client’s unique case.
He also understands the emotional toll a divorce case can take. He helps each of his clients to remain focused on their goals as they go through each step of the process.
“The process can be long and emotionally draining,” Mr. Reed said. “You have to expect the unexpected. Emotionally speaking, there will be some emotional highs and emotional lows throughout the case as we react to the opposing party and the court.
“Family law is dynamic. The strength of our case could change at any moment, depending upon the opposing party, the Court, and of course my client.”