Indiana Divorce Lawyers and articles
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.
A March 2015 study claiming sick wives are more likely to divorce was retracted when researchers discovered a major flaw in their data coding.
Ashley Madison, the online dating site that pairs married men and women together for the purpose of having an affair, has been hacked.
A new study shows that people who marry after age 32 are more likely to divorce than those who marry during their late twenties.
Judge Lisa Gorcyca has ordered three children to juvenile detention for refusing to maintain a “healthy relationship” with their father, calling the case one of the worst examples of parental alienation she has ever witnessed.
A Palm Beach, Florida judge has ruled that Martin Zelman, who suffers from dementia, is not competent enough to seek a divorce from his wife, Lois.
Is it possible to create a parenting plan that accommodates parental relocation AND maintains the same proportion of responsibility exercised by each parent?
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