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Family Law

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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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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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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