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What is Indiana’s stance on alimony?

While once upon a time, alimony was almost always a guarantee for women of divorce, today, the courts award alimony on a case-by-case basis. Moreover, because more women than ever assume the role of family breadwinner, alimony is now gender-neutral, meaning a woman...

How to protect your business during a divorce

You have questions, questions and more questions when going through a divorce. Who will get to keep the house? Who will get custody of the children? Who will pay alimony, and how much? Also important is the impact of your personal decision on a more private interest:...

How can I co-parent with a narcissist?

There is a generous body of research that shows co-parenting is in the best interest of children. When children have access to both parents in their lives, they thrive. This is why co-parenting is the most common custody arrangement after any divorce. However, even...

Is divorce expensive?

While many people expect a litany of costs after a divorce, thinking about the costs of the process itself is often forgotten about. However, depending on the assets involved in your divorce, the process can end up costing thousands of dollars.  However, there are...

Modifying a child support order in Indiana

Even though many Indianans have experienced some prosperity over the last decade, the recent economic downturn may have left you without enough funds to cover your monthly expenses. You may have even lost your job. While you may have some flexibility with your rent or...

How difficult is it to adopt in Indiana?

If you have begun thinking about adopting a child, you will be glad to know that Indiana has very few restrictions on who can adopt or be adopted. But while the law is lenient, the adoption process can entail a good deal of time. In terms of adoption requirements,...

How do you establish paternity?

When you have legal recognition as a father in Indiana, it gives you the right and opportunity to foster a relationship with your child and provide for his or her welfare. When you establish legal paternity for your child, it also provides benefits for him or her,...

Is your prenuptial agreement valid?

Now that you and your spouse are planning to divorce in Indiana, you are probably revisiting your prenuptial agreement to remind yourself exactly what you agreed to all those years ago. Perhaps the terms are not as favorable as you remembered. For example, maybe you...

Adopted children might need help during a divorce

Child custody cases are challenging for everyone involved, but there is an instance that might be even more difficult than normal. Families who adopt an older child might face some very serious repercussions when they are dealing with this situation. These children...