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K. Aaron Heifner

K. Aaron Heifner

Heifner Law, Inc.
  • Criminal Law, Family Law, Divorce...
  • Indiana
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Central Indiana attorney who focuses on defending clients who have been charged with DUI/OWI. I also help clients get their driver's license back. I will personally take care of your case to make sure it receives the care and attention every case deserves.

Practice Areas
  • Criminal Law
  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • DUI & DWI
  • Free Consultation
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Indiana Institute of Technology
J.D. (2016)
Honors: Moot Court Competitor
Activities: Student Bar Rep. as a 1L,2L
Anderson University
B.A. (2012) | Organizational Leadership
Professional Associations
Indiana State Bar # 34627-02
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3 Questions Answered

Q. Does support automatically stop when they turn 19? Or do you have to go to court?
A: It will not automatically stop. You will need to file a petition to emancipate the child as of their 19th birthday. This shall be completed prior to the child's 19th birthday. A new child support worksheet will need to be completed to obtain the new support amount for the 17 year old. Therefore, I would file a petition to emancipate the 19yr old and modify the current child support for the remaining one minor child.
Q. i am paying on child support regularly but still getting notice that my balance has increased. why is this happening??
A: You should go to your county clerk and request an accounting of all the child support you have paid this year. The only way your child support could be increasing when you are making regular and timely payments is if you are paying less than the court ordered amount each month. Indiana child support is determined through a child support worksheet which considers the parents income, amount of overnights each parent has with the children, and a few additional factors. It may be worthwhile to have a family law attorney review the support order in your case to make sure the amount of support is just and reasonable?
Q. Father has a lawyer to fight for custody of children never married will I lose my kids if I don't have a lawyer?
A: A lawyer is not a requirement to argue your case for physical custody. However, it is likely a good family law attorney will be able to present a better case on your behalf to the court, than you will without a good attorney. In addition,there are attorneys that are willing to take payments for legal work which may allow you to hire an attorney.
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10475 Crosspoint Blvd
Indianapolis, IN 46256
3737 S Scatterfield Rd
Anderson, IN 46013
Telephone: (765) 635-8072