Juvenile Court Proceedings

Protecting Your Children In The Juvenile System

When facing the juvenile justice system, children need an advocate to protect them in the system. If you have a child charged with juvenile delinquency or facing Child in Need of Services (CHINS), make sure you work with an experienced lawyer you can trust to protect your child in the legal process.

Williams Law, PC, is a premier law firm backed by attorney Barbara Coyle Williams' more than 35 years of legal experience. The firm serves families throughout the Evansville, Indiana, area in all types of family law and criminal defense matters, including juvenile court proceedings.

Juvenile Delinquency

When a child is charged with a crime, it is called juvenile delinquency in Indiana. Juvenile delinquency can involve any type of crime — including violent crimes, sex crimes, theft crimes, property crimes and drug crimes — as well as underage drinking, underage driving and other crimes that are specific to minors.

With decades of experience in criminal defense, including work as a public defender and prosecuting attorney, Barbara Williams can help you protect your child in the system and help you find the resources to help your child's future.

Child In Need Of Services

In Indiana, Child in Need of Services (CHINS) involves a child who has been neglected or abused. In these severe cases, the court steps in to make sure the child is given provisions and protection.

"I am an experienced attorney and I am also an involved mother. I will help you through juvenile court proceedings with professionalism and compassion, because I know how important your children are."

∙ Barbara Coyle Williams, Williams Law, PC

Paternity

Paternity is another juvenile court proceeding involving family law. Establishing paternity is critical for determining child support and custody in divorce proceedings. Whether you are a father seeking custody or a mother seeking child support, Barbara can help you through the legal paternity process.

Contact Williams Law, PC

Call attorney Barbara Williams to discuss how she can help you with juvenile court proceedings. Email the firm or call 812-213-2016 today to schedule a consultation.