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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...

Tips for Divorced Couples Looking to Co-Parent

More and more, ex-spouses with children are making the decision to work together and co-parent their children. Specifically, this trend is becoming more popular among ex-spouse who have younger children. Divorce is never an easy process for any party. Even when two people are deciding to leave a marriage amicably, it can still be hard....

Gov. Eric Holcomb Reimposing COVID Restrictions

As cases of COVID-19 rise in Indiana, Governor Eric Holcomb is considering reimposing restrictions on most of the state. Out of the 92 counties in the state, 87 will be affected by the restrictions. Some counties will only be allowed to have gatherings with up to 25 people while those in other counties can have...

Can You Gain Child Custody in Indiana as a De Facto Custodian?

It is generally believed that the best place for a child to be housed and cared for is with the child’s parents. While this is true in many cases, there are situations in which a child’s biological parent is not the safest, and best individual to properly care for them. When this happens, an eligible...

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