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How to File for Emancipation in Indiana

Minors under the age of 18 are legally and financially under their parents’ control. While you are a minor, your parents have a legal and financial responsibility to care for you – however, not all family situations are healthy and you may not want to remain under your parents’ care and control.
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10 Signs of Parental Alienation

Divorce is a difficult situation for everyone involved, especially if you have children with your former spouse. Some divorced parents can engage in a practice called parental alienation, which occurs when one parent attempts to turn the children against the other parent. Not only can parental alienation lead to strained relationships between
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Legal Separation vs. Divorce: What Should I Do?

For many people, legal separation and divorce sound like the same process – however, these two processes are completely different. When you enter into divorce proceedings, you are breaking your legal bond to each other and are no longer married. When you file for legal separation with the help of an Indianapolis
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What to Include in Your Will

A last will and testament can be confusing, but it is necessary. According to an AARP survey, 2 out of five Americans over 45 do not have a will. While no doubt a daunting task, formulating a will saves time and money for loved ones and offers peace of mind about everything.
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