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What happens if your ex won't let you see your children?

Divorcing can often lead to strong negative feelings between former spouses. It's not uncommon for people to act out toward their ex during and after a divorce, even if both parties have already moved on with their lives. Some people even put their children in the middle, complaining about their ex in front of the kids or expecting the children to pick a side during the divorce.

When grandparents must raise their grandchildren

Indiana, along with multiple other surrounding states, has seen an unsettling increase in opioid addictions and overdoses in the last decade. Although some states have significantly worse statistics than others when it comes to addiction, countless Hoosier families have nevertheless been split apart due to the crisis.

Fathers' rights and shifting family dynamics

Any kind of family problem can take a toll on Indiana residents, but divorce tends to unleash its own set of challenges. Those who find it difficult to determine child custody plans can easily feel discouraged or overwhelmed. A current concern in regard to these plans involves fathers' rights, as a movement has reached the spotlight in recent years. Does this movement take a progressive step forward when it comes to giving a more balanced child custody plan for parents? Many disagree on the subject, but in the meantime, countless fathers nevertheless struggle to find time with their own children.

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