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Child Support

What Happens When You Don’t Pay Child Support?

At the conclusion of a divorce, either you and your former spouse will work together to create a divorce agreement, or an Indiana judge will create one for you. This agreement will outline a series of responsibilities you and your former spouse will have to uphold, including asset division, child custody arrangements,
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Child Support Rules for Military Families

Divorces can be complex proceedings, especially if you and your former spouse have children. You may need to enter the courtroom and determine where your children are going to live, how often you can visit them, and how much child support you may have to pay. If you are a military member
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How to Stop Parental Alienation

Divorces can be highly emotional events for everyone involved – including both spouses and the children they may have together. However, some parents can use divorce to vent their frustrations about their ex to the child, leading to some children developing a negative picture of the other parent. This act is known
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What Is Child Support Used For?

If you are getting a divorce and you have children with your former spouse, the courts may ask you to pay child support. Typically, the non-custodial parent pays child support to the custodial parent to help support the child’s basic living expenses. Depending on the circumstances of your divorce and the cost
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