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Divorce

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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How to Protect Your Inheritance From Your Spouse

When we pass away, we trust that our loved ones will divide our assets in accordance to our will. We choose the people that we give our belongings to very carefully, and if a loved one leaves us with an inheritance, we know that he or she put thought into that decision.
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What Are My Rights as a Stepparent?

The relationship between you and your stepchildren is special. Although you may not be their biological parent, you care for them just the same. Unfortunately, the courts do not always afford you the same rights as a biological parent during a divorce proceeding. While you may not be able to claim all
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What Are Grounds for Divorce in Indiana?

If you are considering filing for divorce from your spouse in Indiana, it can be very stressful trying to navigate the legal proceedings. The court will require you to prove that you have legal grounds for divorce or a valid reason for doing so. Unlike some other states, Indiana is a no-fault
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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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