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October 20, 2017

If We Lose Our Case in The Trial Court, Can We Appeal?

Like everyone and everything in life, the judicial system isn’t perfect. Mistakes are made. Sometimes, these mistakes can result in an improper verdic…

Can I File For Emergency Custody In Indiana?

As we all know, life happens, and circumstances change. That custody order you once had may seem to become impractical as time goes on. Fortunately, I…

Seven Reasons A Judge Will Change Or Modify Custody In Indiana

With most legal matters, the decision of the court (normally made by the elected judge) is final, and unless reversed on appeal, the parties will neve…

What You Need To Know About Emergency Child Custody Modification

What are emergency child custody hearings? What qualifies as an emergency custody matter? What constitutes an emergency motion? What forms do…

What Is the Difference Between Child Custody and Guardianships?

A commonly shared belief in our society is that children are often best off in the care and custody of their biological parents. However, it is becomi…

Help! How and when Can I Modify Custody in a Paternity Matter in Indiana?

As we all know, life happens, and circumstances change. That custody order you once had may seem to become impractical as time goes on. Maybe you move…

What Are The Different Types Of Child Custody In Indiana?

Child custody proceedings tend to be confusing and emotional times. Whether it be an initial custody proceeding, or a modification of a pre-existing c…

Alternative Misdemeanor Sentencing (AMS) In Indiana

Anyone who has ever been convicted of a felony offense understands the major consequences that stem from it. A felony conviction can drastically impac…

Can I Appeal The Trial Court’s Denial Of My Petition To Adopt In Indiana?

Like everyone and everything in life, the judicial system isn’t perfect. Mistakes are made. Sometimes, these mistakes can result in an improper verdic…

How And When Can I Obtain Third Party Custody In Indiana?

A commonly shared belief in our society is that children are often best off in the care and custody of their biological parents. The Supreme Court has…

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