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Can Loans Made To Divorcing Parties By Their Family Or Friends Be Recovered In A Divorce Proceeding?

In today’s world, it is somewhat common to have monies provided to newlyweds by their parents to assist with the purchase of a home, car, rent or for …

Six Mistakes To Avoid When You Get Divorced

For many couples, divorce is a long, arduous journey. Finally getting the divorce decree marks the end of the road for a broken relationship and opens…

What You Need To Know About Emancipation And Child Support Obligations

In Indiana, a child is considered emancipated at the age of 19 by operation of law. Therefore, emancipation eliminates a parent’s duty to pay child su…

Help! What Are My Rights To My Child That Was Born During My Same-Sex Marriage?

Ever since the United States Supreme Court determined that state bans on same-sex marriage were unconstitutional,1 the legal landscape has seen numero…

How The Stay-At-Home Parent Can Get A Fair Shake In A Divorce

Each of us knows a parent who has given up his or her career to raise their children. Most of us know an empty nest couple who were so focused on the …

How Does The Divorce Court Value And Divide Our Marital Estate If We Have Been Physically Separated For A While?

There are many times couples physically separate but continue to stay married. There are a variety of reasons this occurs. For instance, maybe one spo…

What Can A Court Do About Parental Alienation In Custody Proceedings?

Parental alienation is just what it claims to be.1 It is a parent (usually the custodial parent if the parties are divorced or the child is born out o…

What Happens In A Divorce Case If My Spouse Wasted Our Money?

With divorce on the rise due to the COVID-19 virus and spouses being stuck at home with each other, many have learned aspects of their marriage they n…

Three Things You Must Know About A Custody Evaluation

In today’s world, busy courts have limited time to hear cases. The average case load in Indiana, that most judges manage, is in the thousands. In divo…

Four Things You Should Know About Divorce Preliminary Hearings

After one party files for divorce, what happens next? By statute, sixty (60) days must pass before the court can enter a divorce decree. A divorce is …

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