In family law, there are times when reaching a settlement just isn’t possible. In those cases, some lawyers might dread appearing in court. Not Indianapolis divorce attorney Myron A. Rahn III.
“An amicable resolution is not always possible,” Mr. Rahn said, “and when that becomes apparent in a case, my role as a litigator and my love for advocating in the court room comes to the forefront.”
Family law can be a messy area to practice in; however, there are people who simply should not be married any longer (for their own health and that of their children).
“These people need someone to guide them through the process and help them along the way,” Mr. Rahn said. “I want to be that guide and do what I can to help and protect my client in what is a difficult time in their life.”
Mr. Rahn is always honest with his clients and he will not hesitate to tell them that the process is difficult. But things will get easier, and it is his job to help with that.
“In pursuing that goal, I’m always hopeful the two sides can reach an amicable resolution that leaves them, not necessarily friends, but in a place where cordial conversation and interaction can happen — especially when children are involved,” he said.