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Family Law

What Happens to a Mortgage During a Divorce?

If you are filing for divorce, you will need to decide how to split custody if you have children, calculate potential child support or alimony payments, and allocate your assets in an equitable manner. These assets may include bank accounts, retirement funds, and any properties you own—and if you have a mortgage,
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What Is a Gray Divorce?

Separation and divorce can be difficult at any stage in life, but when a divorce begins when you are older, additional issues may arise. A gray divorce refers to men and women who file for divorce after age 50. Although the overall divorce rate has declined in the United States, the rate
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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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What is Considered Income When Deciding Child Support?

If you are filing for divorce in Indiana, there are a number of important considerations you will need to keep in mind—especially if you and your former spouse have a child together. In cases where a divorce does not end in mediation and proceeds to trial, the court will determine child custody
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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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