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Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines: Part IV – Parallel Parenting

Section IV of Indiana’s Parenting Time Guidelines focuses on the topic of parallel parenting. Parallel parenting is different than the standard parenting time model and is reserved for situations in which the parents have a great deal of animosity toward one another. If the court declares that the parties are high-conflict, then a Parallel Parenting...

Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines: Part III

Part three of Indiana’s includes what happens when the distance between the two spouses is a major factor when it comes to visitation schedules. In our previous sections, we addressed Parts I and II of Indiana’s parenting time guidelines. In this post, we will discuss what happens when the parents are separated by a significant...

Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines: Part II

In our previous post, we discussed some of Indiana’s parenting time guidelines. In this post, we will begin where we left off and discuss the second section of the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines rules. Section II of the guidelines addressed unique considerations for children in different age groups, overnight parenting time, and holidays. These provisions...

Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines: Preamble and Section I

While you and your former spouse may agree in principle on parenting time guidelines, you will need to consider certain provisions in order to get the timeline approved by the court. The Indiana parenting time guidelines are divided into seven parts. Those include the preamble, sections I through V, and an appendix. The following will...

More Indiana Residents are Filing Under Chapter 13

Over the past few years, a growing number of Indiana residents have filed under Chapter 13 to help them with unmanageable debt. Chapter 13 is more complicated than Chapter 7, but it also prevents the liquidation of valuable assets during your bankruptcy. In some cases, an individual may have too much equity in their home...

“Chapter 20” Bankruptcy in Indiana

There is no actual “Chapter 20” bankruptcy under the law. However, when Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not enough to deal with your debts, you may be able to file both at the same time. The process is known colloquially as Chapter 20 bankruptcy, as it combines the two forms of bankruptcy into...

WeWork Signals That They Will Likely File for Bankruptcy

WeWork is a company that provides office space to other companies. Its net worth at one point was estimated at $40 billion. However, a number of pressures have forced the company to consider filing for bankruptcy. These include the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused many employers to operate with remote personnel and exit their leases with the...

Filing for Divorce and Bankruptcy: How Does That Work?

It is no secret that marriages falter when finances become stressful. For that reason, divorce and bankruptcy often go hand-in-hand. Financial stress is rated the second leading cause of divorce, behind adultery. Many couples that go through a divorce have commensurate financial issues as well. Divorce can seem like one more stressor on top of...

Trucking Company Signals Potential Bankruptcy

According to a recent news article, one of America’s largest trucking companies, Yellow, has signaled that it may be filing for bankruptcy. Several of its customers abandoned the company amid the Teamster’s strike, increasing the risk that the company would face mass liquidation if it went bankrupt. This could put employees at risk of layoffs...