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What are a Child’s Basic Needs in Indiana?

According to the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines (1) a Child’s basic needs include the following: “To insure more responsible parenting and to promote the healthy adjustment and growth of a child each parent should recognize and address a child’s basic needs: To know that the parents’ decision to live apart is not the child’s fault […]

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How IN Child Support Obligations are Enforced

Your IN Child support obligations are ongoing payments typically made by a non-custodial parent to a custodial parent, guardian, or court following a divorce, or separation of partners. Divorce or separation can be an emotionally, physically, and psychologically draining process for everyone involved. This is even truer when there are children in the mix. When partners […]

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How Accurate Are Indiana Paternity Tests?

Indiana Paternity Test Attorney.  Parenthood is a big deal; no one could disagree with that fact. Creating a human life has incredible responsibilities and repercussions. While just about anyone would agree that becoming a father is a weighty situation, often the circumstances that create a child are not viewed as such. Regardless of how a […]

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The Most Common Causes of Divorce

Rates of Divorce As we all know marriage is not something we should enter into lightly. It takes work and dedication. We have all heard it said marriage is not easy! Even the most well intentioned couples can end up divorced and wondering how they got there. The statistics are staggering, 45-50% of first time […]

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Determining Child Support for Self-Employed or Commission-Only Jobs | Indiana Family Law

How are Child Support Payments Determined in Indiana? In Indiana both parents are responsible for child support, however it is the parent who spends less than 50% of the time with the child that will actually pay child support payments. This is because the law assumes the parent who is spending the most time with the […]

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