Areas of Practice
Family law is a cornerstone of our work at Woods Kyle, LLP, and each of our attorneys brings a unique perspective. Andrew Woods has focused his practice on family law throughout his career, giving him a thorough understanding of this area of law. With a background in risk management and conflict resolution, Cathy Kyle is able to communicate effectively with clients and provide needed support during the litigation process.
Wills, Trusts, and Estates
Planning your estate is a gift you can give to your loved ones. Preparing a will or creating a living trust provides your family direction, prevents uncertainty, and makes the process of estate administration easier. We can also help you establish powers of attorney for your healthcare and financial affairs, so that your family will know your wishes should you no longer be able to make medical or financial decisions on your own. Working with counsel to put all of these measures in place will give you and your loved ones peace of mind.
Medical Review Panel
As an experienced health care attorney and former Certified Professional Healthcare Risk Manager, Catherine Kyle has a special interest in matters involving healthcare providers. She understands the complexities of the Medical Review Panel process, and is available to serve as a Panel Chair for claims under the Indiana Medical Malpractice Act.
Adoption and Guardianship
If you are looking to add to your family through adoption, we can help. The attorneys at Woods Kyle, LLP will guide you through each step of the adoption process. Bringing children together with loving parents is a job we truly enjoy.
Our attorneys can also work with you to set up a guardianship for your loved one. We have experience in establishing guardianships for both children and adults, and can explain to you the process and your obligations as guardian.
We understand how difficult and frightening it is to face criminal charges. The court process can be overwhelming, with all of the legalese and complicated proceedings that are involved. And the stakes are high. Being convicted of a crime can have devastating effects on you and your family. You may face the loss of a job, your driving privileges, or your liberty.