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Can a Custodial Parent Move Out of State? What You Need to Know About Relocation

Table of Contents Overview of Child Custody Orders. Child Relocation Laws That Apply in Indiana. Can Parents Agree to Move Without Court Ap…

The Top Three Issues in High Asset Divorce Cases

Preliminary Orders, Custody, and Spousal Maintenance.Pre- and Post-Nuptials.Businesses.Even a simple divorce can be a very complex legal transaction. …

Can I Recover Legal Fees In My Divorce Or Paternity Case?

As with many aspects of the law, it depends. Under what is known as the American Rule, which is commonplace in the United States, each side pays his o…

How Can The Divorce Court Help Me If I Lost My Job Due To COVID And Cannot Find Employment?

There have been certain professional jobs lost during the COVID-19 epidemic that may take years to refill because of systematic, lasting changes in ou…

What You Need to Know About International Child Relocation and the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction

Table of Contents International child custody laws. International child custody and abduction laws. Recourse when a child is wrongfully tak…

What You Need to Know About Preliminary Hearings in Divorce Cases

Preliminary Hearings and Their Orders Terminate with the Final Divorce Order. Without Prejudice to Any Given Party. Multiple Preliminary Hearing…

How To Become A De Facto Custodian In Indiana

Unfortunately, situations arise in our society where a child’s biological parent(s) may no longer be the best person to raise the child. If such a sit…

Should I Appeal My Indiana Order?

Is This An Appealable Order?  Is My Appeal Timely?  Limited To The Record.  Like everyone and everything in life, the judicial system isn’t p…

What Do I Have To Do To Modify 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. Maybe you move…

What Happens If My Spouse Takes My Child To Another State And Files For Divorce Or Legal Separation

Every year, in every state, an unhappy spouse takes the children, travels to another state (normally where family or friends reside) and files for div…

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