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What is a Gray Divorce?

The good news for couples in the United States is that the overall divorce rate is on the decline. Divorce and marriage can happen at any age because relationships can change in many ways. Also called silver splitters or diamond splitters, gray divorce is when older couples decide to go their separate ways after many...

Rights Grandparents in Indiana Have to Their Grandchildren

Grandparents have a special bond with their grandchildren, and when life circumstances change, grandparents have some rights in the state of Indiana to see their grandchildren. If you are a grandparent and your life has changed in a way that altered access to your grandchildren you can petition to have time with your grandchildren and...

How Does Indiana Spousal Maintenance Work?

When one party does not have the ability to work after a divorce, taking care of themselves will be challenging. If a newly divorced party cannot find a job because they lack in-demand skills, they are going to face difficulties providing for themselves. In these situations, that party may request spousal maintenance from their ex....

How to Choose a Family Law Attorney in Indiana

Family law attorneys in Indiana provide many valuable services to families going through a divorce or dealing with paternity and parenting time issues. Due to the high sensitivity and critical importance of these situations, it is essential that you obtain the right outcome. In order to convey the full scope of your situation, you will...

What is Contempt of Court Used for in an Indiana Divorce?

One of the line items in a divorce proceeding when children are involved is developing an agreement on parenting time and custody. When all aspects of your divorce are agreed upon and settled, you expect that the guidelines of your divorce will be followed appropriately by your ex. Sometimes, one party is uncooperative with the...

The Importance of Establishing an Indiana Will

A lot of things change when individuals become parents. The way that a person thinks, behaves, and prioritizes are all adjusted to account for providing the best care for the new life. If you are a parent, it becomes even more important not only to plan for your child’s current needs but also future needs....

Why is Mediation Used in the Indiana Divorce Process?

When a married couple decides that they are ready to go their separate ways and get a divorce, there are several aspects that must be negotiated. Unless you and your spouse are divorcing amicably and are agreeable to the majority of issues that commonly arise when there is a split, chances are that there will...

What Non-Monetary Contributions are Considered in an Indiana Divorce?

Each state has its own procedures and guidelines for how to divvy up the property between spouses when a marriage comes to an end. In the state of Indiana, the equitable distribution of property and debt that a married couple accumulates during their time together is the law of the land. It is extremely important...

The Benefits of an Indiana Prenuptial Agreement

You and your prospective spouse may believe that you will stay together forever, but you know that nothing is promised. Because of this, you want to make sure all your I’s are dotted and T’s crossed. One of the proactive actions that you take on is meeting with an Indiana family law attorney to discuss...

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