One party to a long-term cohabitation relationship was entitled to the partition of a farm, which the parties acquired as tenants in common during the relationship.
Indiana Family Law Case Update: Parents’ regional cost of living disparities to be considered in child support calculations
When calculating child support, Indiana courts should consider whether one of the parents lives in a location with an unusually different cost of living than Indiana, so held the Indiana Court of Appeals recently.
Trial court erred when it found that biological Mother’s failure to communicate with her children was justified.
Indiana Family Law Case Update: Indiana Court of Appeals reverses petition for protective order in claim of harassment
Trial court erred when it dismissed a petition for an order of protection without holding an evidentiary hearing, where the petitioner had stated a minimally sufficient claim of harassment.
Although your romantic relationship is ending with your spouse or partner, if you share children, you will always have a co-parenting relationship. No matter how you feel about your ex, you need to have a positive working relationship for the sake of your children....