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Developing a Productive Co-Parenting Plan After an Indiana Divorce

Some divorces go off without a hitch; both parties recognize that a split must be made and there is a willingness to work together throughout the process. Other divorcing couples can be dealing with anger, resentment, and even hatred. No matter what situation you are in, if you have children, splitting up becomes more difficult....

Important Factors to Consider When Thinking About Divorce in Indiana

You may have never thought you would even consider divorcing your spouse. Certainly, when you decided to get married, you did so with the expectation that it would last for life. Many things can happen over time that can have serious effects on the strength of a marriage and relationship with another person. If you...

Indiana’s Unemployment Rate Went Up in May

As America reopens, employers are now able to get back to work and provide their services to their customers. Across the nation, though, many employers have their hiring signs out and are eagerly awaiting applicants, only to find that they are not getting the influx of interest they expected. Despite restaurants in Indiana advertising for...

What Debt is Not Listed in an Indiana Credit Report?

When your debt has become so overwhelming you are not sure you can pay it off, you might be considering bankruptcy as a way out. It is important to understand the totality of the debt you have before making any hasty decisions. Perhaps once you review the full sum of your debt, you can devise...

What is Nesting and is it Good For Your Family After an Indiana Divorce?

Divorce is life-changing, and there are many considerations that a couple who is ending their marriage have to explore. When children are a factor in the negotiations, one of the major issues is figuring out where the children will live. One parent may be the primary custodian of the children or the children will go...

Can You Relocate With Your Kids if Your Ex Objects in Indiana?

If you are divorced and you have primary custody of your children, this will impact the decisions you make in your life. Life is always changing, and if you got a new job or found your dream home in another location far from where your ex lives, then you have some legal issues to consider....

Managing Bankruptcy in Indiana While Facing a Legal Separation

If you are facing a difficult situation both personally and financially, with a pending divorce and the need to file for bankruptcy in Indiana, you are undoubtedly feeling the pressure and stress that so often go hand-in-hand with these circumstances. Managing these two complex life decisions is not an easy task to take on, especially...