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The Indiana Legislature has made a few significant changes to Child Support and Parenting time in 2019. These changes took effect on July 1, 2019, and could be of significance to our clients. Child Support Modification (Senate Enrolled Act 206, P.L. 99) (Ind. Code § 31-16-8-1) Code...

It’s the time of year when students are graduating, both from high school and college. Of high schoolers, many of us ask what we think is a benign question: Where are you going to college next year? For a large percentage of graduating students, this is...

Most people believe that they will never need the representation of a family law attorney, and why should they? Marriage is built on good intentions, and people generally believe that their marriage will last forever. Unfortunately, we know that this is not the case for...

If you’ve ever watched an old movie or TV show and heard reference to a spouse having to prove infidelity or abuse in order to get a divorce, rest assured that those days are long past (at least in Indiana). While all fifty states now...