In a Divorce, Am I Entitled to Half the Value of Property Titled with My Spouse If It Creates an Unequal Division of Assets? Maybe?
Under the Divorce Act, the Legislature has expressly encouraged divorcing parties to reach agreements to divide their property. Most of the time, a divorce court
In some divorces, there is “foreign” real estate within the total marital estate1. Typically, this falls into one of three categories: (1) a timeshare or
The Use of Forensic Accountants and Private Investigators to Find Hidden Assets in Divorce In Indiana when you file for divorce, there is a rebuttable
The point of divorce is to divide and financially separate each party from the other—completely if there are no children; children are subject to the
While most domestic cases resolve before trial, those that are tried generally involve unique legal issues, or more commonly, extremely contentious issues such as child
In Indiana, there is a 60 day cooling off period for divorce. This sometimes creates the assumption of litigants who want a divorce that it
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