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Divorce

What if My Spouse Evades Service of the Divorce Papers?

Divorce can be a contentious process, even if the decision is mutual. One of the most important steps in a divorce proceeding is the service of divorce papers; your spouse must sign these papers in order for the process to continue. However, if your spouse does not agree to sign these documents
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What Is a Divorce by Default?

If you are filing for divorce in Indiana, you will need to serve your spouse, or provide notice that you are intending to end the marriage. However, serving divorce papers is not always a simple process; if your spouse does not agree to the divorce or hides from service, you can face
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How Are Financial Investments Divided in a Divorce?

Under Indiana law, spouses who choose to file for divorce must divide their marital property in a just and reasonable manner. Any assets you or your spouse own, including real estate, life insurance, retirement assets, and stock and investment portfolios, is a form of marital property — even if you acquired the
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Is Indiana a Community Property State?

One of the most important aspects of a divorce is the allocation of property. You and your former spouse may have acquired certain assets during your marriage that could be up for division during your divorce proceedings, and it is important to know what is and is not marital property. Different states
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10 Common Divorce Warning Signs

It’s not common for one event to cause a divorce — marriages often dissolve as a result of a series of factors, events, and behaviors that accumulate over time. If you believe your marriage may end in divorce, look for these common warning signs. #1: Lack of Communication This is a broad
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