Indiana Legal Articles
Legal articles for the state of Indiana for bankruptcy, divorce and family, criminal defense, personal injury, wills, trusts, estate planning and more.
Getting a divorce is a watershed moment in most people’s lives. While it sometimes happens as a quick response to a severe violation of trust, such as infidelity or spending money frivolously with no regard for the family, many divorces are thought out well before deciding to file. The analysis of when to file also […]
Financial support is a valid legal responsibility of non-custodial parents in a child custody case. Even in some situations of joint child custody, one parent can still be required to pay the other parent when there is a significant difference in earning power or personal assets. The court is very serious about keeping child support […]
Divorcing in Indiana can be much different from other states due to the marital property allowances within the Indiana statutes. There are essentially two types of divorce in Indiana. Those are marriages where dependent children are involved and those where dependent children are not involved. The primary issue in Indiana, aside from child custody and […]
Child visitation is a central aspect of all divorces where spouses have dependent children. Not only does each spouse have rights to a relationship with their child according to the Indiana parenting plan guidelines, but the children have legal rights as well to the same relationship development. The primary problem is that not all divorces […]
While some couples are able to walk through the entire divorce process rather amicably, this process often evokes strong emotions for all involved. Through the dissolution of a marriage, assets and debts are divided, and the results could have long-term or even life-long ramifications on the couple and their children. The matter of child custody […]
When parents decide that they don’t want to be with one another any longer, they often have to choose what happens with their children. When both parents are willing to stay a part of their child’s life due to separation or divorce proceedings, joint custody and shared custody are two options that will be on […]