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Family Law

How Should I File My Taxes While Going Through A Divorce?

Filing your own taxes can be difficult in any situation, but if you are currently filing for divorce during tax season, managing your finances can become even more complex. Divorce can change your financial situation significantly, especially if you receive or have to pay child support or alimony. After years of filing
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Can a Child Refuse Visitation?

Divorce can raise several issues for a family, especially if you and your former spouse have children together. When you decide to file for divorce, the court will enforce a custody agreement, which outlines several terms for your children, including child support payments, living arrangements, and, of course, visitation schedules. Due to
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What Rights Do Birth Parents Have in Indiana?

If you are entering the adoption process in Indiana, it is important to understand the different rights and responsibilities that both adoptive parents and birth parents hold. Indiana, like all other states across the country, has a unique set of adoption laws that you will need to abide by during the process.
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Who Has Child Custody When the Parents Are Unmarried?

Child custody discussions are very common in divorce proceedings between parents. Based on the financial situation of each parent and the well-being of the children in question, the court decides how the children will split their time and what support each parent will need to provide. However, courts determine child custody in
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