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How Is Child Support Enforced?

After an Indiana couple files for divorce, each person retains a legal obligation to support their children. One decision that courts make during a divorce is to determine which parent has primary custody over a child, and which parent is primarily responsible for paying child support. Unfortunately, many parents fail to pay
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How Do I Know if My Child Support Is Fair?

At the conclusion of a divorce between two parents, a court will create a number of documents that both parties will need to adhere to in order to complete the process. This agreement will encompass custody arrangements, asset division, and, in many cases, child support payments. Understanding how courts calculate child support
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What Is an Interstate Child Custody Agreement?

Child custody agreements encompass a wide range of financial situations, living arrangements, and specific needs. In situations where a child’s divorced parents live in separate states, a court may use the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act to determine the child’s home state and fashion an agreement that works in the
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How Is Child Neglect Proven?

During a divorce, it is important for a judge or mediator to craft a child custody agreement that suits the child’s best interests. Considerations may include the financial situation of both parents, proximity to the child’s school and community, and the presence of dangerous factors, such as a history of child abuse
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