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Changed circumstances that alter child custody solutions

The child custody solution that you settle on when you get divorced may not be one that works for the rest of a child's time living with you and your ex. You must be open to the idea of change, especially when there are altered circumstances that make that change unavoidable.

What happens if you don't pay child support in Indiana?

Every parent has an obligation to take care of their child financially until they're of age to do so themselves. Indiana state law requires moms and dads to provide for their kids' needs until they're 19-years-old. It's at that age that a parent's obligation to make child support payments comes to an end. There are a few exceptions to these rules. County officials throughout the state employ a variety of measures to enforce Indiana judges' child support orders.