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When Trust, Respect And Confidence Matter
With over 20 years of experience, founding attorney Cynthia A. Marcus is a solid advocate for families, businesses and professionals in Carmel, Indiana and throughout Hamilton County. She provides comprehensive legal representation in matters of family law, military divorces, professional licensing and civil matters in the Indiana Court of Appeals.
Military Divorce In Indiana Requires Compliance With State, Military And Federal Laws
Active duty members serving in the Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard, Reserves and National Guard may need an attorney who understands the special legal protections that the law offers the military. The law offers protection for service members whose parenting time is interrupted by deployment, TDY or PCS, and are unable to attend court hearings as a result of military duty, disability or military retired status.
The Servicemembers Civil Relief Act is only one of the laws that protects service members going through a divorce. If you or your spouse is on active duty or a retired veteran, getting a divorce may be difficult without an experienced military divorce lawyer who understands your rights. Attorney Marcus helped shape some of the established law around military divorces and military retired pay. She can help you protect your rights in property divisions, relocations, stepparent adoptions, and modifications as well.
Protect Your Nursing License With A Strong Defense
Is your career on the line? Is it time to renew your license and you are not sure what information you must provide to the Board? Have you been arrested and don’t know if you have to report it or when? Did you discover that your license has expired? Is substance abuse a problem? When you are an RN, LPN or work at any other profession involving a professional relationship with your clients or patients, your license is subject to regular renewals and high levels of scrutiny to renew it.
If you have been fired from your nursing job or were arrested since receiving your license or last renewal, you will have to provide a complete report of the incident. You may be required to appear before the Board to explain what happened. You may have a difficult time renewing your professional nursing license without the help of an experienced attorney. Testifying before the Board may have ramifications far beyond just your license. Remember that Indiana law requires that every LPN and RN renew their license every other October. As a former registered nurse, attorney Marcus fully understands your concerns and what is at stake.