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Month: December 2019

Temporary child custody may be necessary

There is nothing easy about divorce with important legal decisions to be decided, often with some degree of dispute, and emotions riding high throughout the process. Child custody arrangements can be difficult to handle even under the best of circumstances. Indiana...

Preparing for a custody battle as a father

Custody battles can be a tough and emotional process for all parents. While both mothers and fathers theoretically have an equal chance of gaining custody of their child after a separation, fathers tend to feel more frequently that the system is working against them....

Why parents may want to file for child support

A parent in Indiana may be hesitant to file for child support from the other parent if it means that parent will become part of the child's life. If the parents were never married, establishing paternity might be the first step to getting child support. Whether...

Interfering with visitation time

Custodial parents in Indiana sometimes refuse to allow their children's other parents to have visitation with the children despite child custody and visitation orders. Parents may not arbitrarily refuse to honor a noncustodial parent's visitation time. There are...