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Divorce

What is a Divorce Decree?

An Indiana divorce can be a complex process. Depending on your situation, your divorce can resolve in mediation or agreement, end by default, or be granted during a trial or a hearing. At the end of each of these proceedings, you will receive a decree that finalizes your divorce. There are many
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What Should You Not Do During a Divorce?

Divorce can be a complex process, especially in Indiana. There are several actions you should take when filing for divorce, such as creating a record of your assets and obtaining the help of a divorce attorney. However, there are many more things that you cannot and should not do if you are
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What Happens to Marital Debt After a Divorce?

There are many financial considerations that need to factor into a divorce agreement—especially if marital debt is involved. If you and your spouse have shared debt, you may wonder who is responsible for paying it after your divorce is complete. This decision will depend on a number of factors. Indiana’s Equitable Division
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What are Examples of Irreconcilable Differences?

When filing for divorce, it is important to understand whether your state is a fault or no-fault state. Fault states require you to prove that your spouse’s poor behavior caused the divorce, such as adultery, domestic violence, or abandonment. On the other hand, no-fault states allow you to file for divorce over
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What Questions Should You Ask a Divorce Attorney?

Are you planning to file for divorce in Indiana? If so, you need an attorney to represent your best interests. There are many lawyers available to represent your case, but finding the right attorney can be a challenge. Asking certain questions can help you gain a better understanding of how a divorce
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