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Can I modify my child custody or child support arrangements?

Your child custody and child support arrangements are not set in stone. In fact, if you, your child or your spouse has experienced a significant change in circumstances, an Indiana family law court may agree to modify your court orders to reflect your current situation and needs.

Judges and owners look at dogs differently in divorce

You think of your dog as the third member of your family, and the two of you have an especially close bond. You let the dog sleep in your bed every night, and he always sleeps on your side. You take the dog for two walks every day, you give him food and water, and you have plenty of memories of playing fetch at the park and lounging together on the hammock.

How is credit card debt handled in divorce?

Are you headed for divorce in Indiana? This is a difficult process to go through no matter how long you've been married. If there is debt involved in your marriage, you will definitely want to know ahead of time how this will be divided. So, how is credit card debt handled in divorce?

Dealing with back child support in Indiana

Being divorced is not always easy, especially when there are children involved. It's likely that your children went through a stressful time when you and your former spouse got divorced. Now, you are experiencing more stress due to the lack of child support payments. Here's how you can deal with back child support in Indiana.

How to handle common co-parenting problems

No one ever said co-parenting would be easy. In fact, it can be one of the most difficult things to face in life. Whether you are in the situation because of divorce or another factor, you will want to handle issues that arise with respect and dignity for the benefit of your child. Here are some tips for handling common co-parenting issues in Indiana.

Same-sex civil unions and marriages

A civil union is similar to a marriage agreement but has several important distinctions as well. Civil unions were created to allow same-sex couples the opportunity to commit to each other and express their love publicly. When civil union laws were passed, same-sex marriage was illegal. But in 2015 the United States Supreme Court lifted the ban on same-sex marriages, effectively making civil unions less relevant. Despite the lifting of the marriage ban, several couples have decided to remain in civil unions.