Indiana Divorce Lawyers and articles
What can you tell me about the value of getting a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in my area?
I gave my wife a 5-karat diamond engagement ring, which I considered to be an investment for the family and marital property. She says that it was a gift to her and so it is her separate property. Who is right?
My ex-spouse exercises visitation with my kids, but I want to move with them to another state. Can I go?
Is it true that you are automatically entitled to receive alimony for a percentage of the number of years you were married?
I need to discuss certain aspects of my case. Can I call my spouse’s lawyer if mine is out of town?
Aside from the specific parenting-time schedule upon which you will agree, there are…
Before mediation, you should gather documents that will be helpful to your family law attorney and…
Collaborative law, often referred to as the “no court divorce,” provides families the unique…
In Indiana, a divorce may be granted on either fault or no-fault grounds. The no-fault ground is the irretrievable breakdown of the marriage. Fault grounds are: either spouse being convicted of a felony subsequent to the marriage; impotency existing at the time of the marriage; or incurable insanity of either spouse for at least two years.
Three professional perspectives on whether or not you should keep the home after a divorce.
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