Absolutely. In Indiana there are two types of child custody: legal custody and physical custody.
Children do not always split their time 50/50 between homes during and after divorce.
Are you considering moving away with a child in your custody? Sole custody doesn’t automatically give you mobility rights, so it may not be as straightforward as you think, particularly where the other parent has access rights. Consider these legal facts before you move.
Child support and parenting time are not mutually exclusive. In other words, if a parent with an obligation to pay child support fails to do so, the other parent may not withhold parenting time.
Here is what you need to know if you are a parent who wishes to have their child returned to the United States without breaking international custody laws.
Paternity is important to establish in a divorce case if there is a question as to who the father may be.
Finding out that your child has been taken to another country by the other parent without your consent is every parent’s worst fear.
The parenting coordination process in a particular case is governed by the terms of the Court order appointing the parenting coordinator.
In Indiana, there is no presumption in favor of either parent for custody in divorce.
A parenting coordinator is appointed by the Court to assist parents in implementing and following a custody order.