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Modifying your child support obligation

Like most dads in Indianapolis, you want what is best for your kids no matter your familial circumstances. That is why you likely were quick to agree to the child support obligation handed down during your divorce proceedings. The ramifactions that come with this obligation can be great (both legally and to your children). That is why so many divorced dads come to us here at Schembs Law after having lost their jobs or seen their income reduced concerned about what might happen if they are unable to make their child support payments. 

Coping with the stress of divorce

Countless individuals in Indiana go through the process of divorce, and results of that process can vary greatly. Aside from overwhelming expenses and paperwork, there also exists an inevitable amount of emotional stress on the individuals going through divorce. Stress is not a topic to be brushed aside, and should be dealt with seriously. 

Highlighting Indiana’s grounds for divorce

Divorce has become an ever more common occurrence in both Indianapolis and throughout the rest of the U.S. Indeed, statistics show that nearly 40 percent of marriages end in such action. In fact, data shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that there were 813,862 divorces in the U.S. in 2014 alone. Yet one might assume that not every participant in each of those cases wanted his or her marriage to end that way. If one’s partner wants to dissolve his or her marriage, however, what is he or she to do?

How is child support determined in Indiana?

Like many dads in Indianapolis, you have every intention of doing all that you can to support your children. That includes even after you may have separated from their mother. At the same time, you also may need to support yourself as well as a new spouse and any children you may have with her. Thus, it is important for you to understand exactly how the state determines your child support obligation to ensure that you are not paying any more than you have to.

Prenuptial agreements and its role in your marriage

Couples in Indiana who are either newly married or are on the path to joining newlyweds may be wondering whether or not prenuptial agreements are worth looking into. They can be a divisive topic with opinions ranging from "must have" to "absolutely avoid". Regardless, they do have the potential to play an important role in marriages.

What are some good financial tips for divorced dads?

While divorce is rarely easy, it can be particularly rough on Indiana fathers. This is especially true when it comes to those financial issues common to divorce, which will only compound what is most likely an already unpleasant situation. There are steps you can take however to ensure the financial aspects of your divorce are capably addressed, which is essential to the healing process.

Preventing your ex-spouse from moving with your kids

Many of the divorced dads that we here at Schembs Law work with may not only be concerned about losing custody of their kids, but losing contact with them altogether should their ex-wives choose to relocate. If you share this same concern, you may be relieved to know that Indiana state laws requires both you and the court to be involved in your ex-spouse’s decision to move.

Filing for divorce? Don't forget to change your beneficiaries

Divorce can be complicated, even though it's worth it. If you're a typical Indiana couple with a house, kids and shared finances, there is a lot to consider -- arranging parenting time, deciding what to do with the house, divvying up the debts and the retirement savings.

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