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March 2017 Archives

How You Can Adjust a Child Support Agreement with Ease

Divorce proceedings elicit different reactions among couples from various walks of life. To some, it symbolizes heartache especially when either spouse is still in love. For some, it is warmly received as a sigh of relief when the marriage is rocked by infidelity and other serious matters. Once the divorce is finalized, paying child support takes center stage courtesy of a parenting plan agreed by both ex-spouses in the presence of a Judge. Based on the issued verdict, the non-custodial spouse is obligated to child support as outlined in the parenting plan.

Child custody agreements must be carefully considered

Child custody and support orders are huge parts of a parent's life when they aren't with the child's other parent any longer. Whether you come to the agreement through mediation or if the court sets the order, you have to make sure that you understand everything.

How drug abuse can impact a divorce and custody dispute

Drug abuse continues to be a major epidemic in the United States. Additionally, it isn't unscrupulous persons who purchase illicit drugs on the street. Many drug abusers maintain normal jobs, own homes, and have families. These people, unfortunately, are often addicted to prescription narcotics which slowly undermines their life until it finally collapses. Many marriages end in these circumstances and there is no easy answer to deal with the aftermath.

Same Sex Marriage & Divorce

After many years of protests and exhaustive political efforts, same sex couples have finally achieved the right to be married in most states in the United States. This means that they also have increased rights when it comes to wills and estates, adoption and family planning, and benefits. It also means that for the first time, same sex couples are confronted with the struggles of divorce.

Guidelines for Marriage Dissolution for Same-Sex Partners

Getting married to the right partner is widely considered to be an impressive feat by most couples across the U.S. By living side by side, you envision spending cherished moments in a predetermined location and possibly with a few children to complete the family. However, not all nuptials get to experience the happily ever after, especially when differences rock the marriage. In the absence of an amicable solution, getting divorced becomes the most logical course of action after a dismal marriage. Just like heterosexual couples, same-sex partners also need to comply with a similar dissolution criterion enshrined within Indiana law.