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POSTED ON December 18, 2020
Indiana Parenting Time: What You Should Know About Supervised Visitation
Under Indiana law, courts decide child custody based on the best interests of the child. This usually results in either[ ...
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POSTED ON November 19, 2020
Protecting the Stay-at-Home Parent in an Indiana Divorce
When one parent remains at home with a child after divorce, developing a scheduled parenting plan protects each parent&# ...
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POSTED ON November 11, 2020
Understanding Discovery in an Indiana Divorce
A divorce begins with a discovery process where information about the opposing party is collected through a series of qu ...
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POSTED ON November 05, 2020
Who Qualifies for Third-Party Custody in Indiana?
In a majority of cases, a grandparent is awarded third-party custody of a child when parents can not take care[…] ...
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POSTED ON October 19, 2020
Co-Parenting During the COVID Pandemic: Should You Head Back to Court?
Unless one or both parents are impacted by COVID-19 or need to make changes to a co-parenting agreement, divorced parent ...
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POSTED ON October 12, 2020
Domestic Violence During Divorce: Do You Need a Protection Order in Indiana?
Victims of domestic violence during divorce can petition Indiana courts for an order of protection if they fear harm for ...
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POSTED ON September 25, 2020
How to Explain Divorce to Your Children
Explaining divorce to a child using clear communication, some common sense, and honesty, can help “break the news” o ...
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POSTED ON September 04, 2020
Divorcing an Abusive Spouse in Indiana?
Divorcing an abusive spouse may present dangers. There are family laws in Indiana that address protections for spouses a ...
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POSTED ON August 19, 2020
Enforcing Parenting Time in Indiana During the Pandemic
During the COVID-19 pandemic, parents must follow parenting time arrangements stipulated in existing court-ordered agree ...
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POSTED ON August 12, 2020
Divorcing in Indiana During Covid
Couples who wish to divorce may file their petition in Indiana state court; however, due to the pandemic, it is[…] ...
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