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Scotty’s Brewhouse Struggling Since Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Declared

One after another, locations of the chain restaurant Scotty’s Brewhouse continue to close their doors, according to the IndyStar. They are having serious trouble finding the right way forward with the increased competition, the demand for delivery, technological advances, and providing an authentic experience. As such, the chain is in serious trouble and the future...

Why You Need a Bankruptcy Lawyer in Indiana 

If you have decided that the best option for your financial well-being is to declare bankruptcy, you have two choices. The first is for you to do the paperwork yourself and the research, and hope that you are doing everything correctly. The second choice is to contact Christopher L. Arrington P.C., a well-respected Indiana bankruptcy...

Summertime Visitation in Indiana 

No matter where you are in the country, summertime for most means vacations, quick trips, fun outings, festivals and the just a lot more to do. The days are longer, warmer, and mostly pleasantly sunny, meaning there is an increased opportunity to spend quality time with the family. When you have been granted parenting time...

Indiana Safe Haven Box Funded by Highschool Student

Any parent who is faced with the reality of giving up a child knows how much heartache is involved. For those who must make that difficult decision, the Seymour Fire Department offers a safe place for parents to feel confident in surrendering their babies without judgment. The anonymous Safe Haven Baby Box gives parents who...

Indiana Home to High Divorce Rate

Datingnews.com did a study that assessed divorce rates and found that New Castle, Connersville, Madison, and Richmond fall in the top 20 cities across the United States for a high incidence of divorce. All the towns that were included in the list had a rate that exceeded 15%. Comparing this to the national average of...

House Bill 1520 Makes Slight Changes to Child Support Requirements

Governor Holcomb recently signed into law Indiana House Bill 1520. This bill allows for some slight changes to the current child support and emancipation laws on the books in the state of Indiana. The bill was signed on May 5, and it allows for an extension of child support for children who are 19 years...

Challenging a Prenuptial Agreement

Negotiating a prenuptial agreement before marriage is a smart idea for couples concerned about protecting existing assets, future income, or anticipated inheritances. Designating which property will be included in the marital estate will streamline the division of property in divorce and clarifying whether the payment of maintenance will be excluded or allowed are common provisions...

Considering Children’s Wishes in Custody Hearings

If you are wondering if your child has the ability to testify in court, the answer is yes. In most cases, though, this is not common practice. Divorce can be difficult for anyone to go through.  When children are involved, the stakes are raised. Many parents opt to keep their children out of the courtroom...