Attorneys Carolyn Powers and Darren Chadd of The Law Office of Taylor, Chadd, Minnette, Schneider & Clutter have completed the required 40 hours of training to become Registered Domestic Relations Mediators. A registered domestic relations mediator is someone who is specially trained as a neutral party to facilitate custom resolutions amongst individuals dealing with family related matters.
“This is an area which has a growing need for qualified, caring individuals to help people,” stated Kent Minnette, Partner at Taylor, Chadd, Minnette, Schneider and Clutter. “Our team is committed to helping families and individuals navigate these often emotionally charged circumstances with the goal of successful outcomes for all parties involved.”
Powers and Chadd serve many surrounding counties including Boone, Clinton, Hamilton, Hendricks, Howard, Marion, Montgomery, and Tipton counties and practice areas include all areas wherein the family is impacted ranging from dissolution matters to matters involving children such as: Dissolution; Property Division; Child Support; Child Custody; Child Parenting Time; Guardianships; Adoptions; CHINS; Delinquencies; Paternity
Taylor, Chadd, Minnette, Schneider & Clutter is committed to providing clients with sound legal counsel and valued legal services by helping people, businesses, and municipalities solve problems in many legal areas including: estate planning or administration, family law or guardianships, criminal defense, injury law, municipal law, mediation and arbitration, business law, real estate, and general litigation. The attorneys and staff are committed to strong community involvement and their motto is All together, altogether better. For more information, or to request an interview, please contact Kent Minnette at 765.361.9680