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.
Indiana Family Law Case Update: Important adoption consent case
In an adoption case, the Indiana Supreme Court affirmed the trial court’s determination that the biological Mother’s consent was not required for the adoption because, for a period of one year, Mother failed to communicate significantly with her child and failed to support her child when able and required to do so.
Should You Handle Your Own Divorce or Get a Lawyer?
When you are contemplating the ending of your marriage, one of the first decisions you need to make involves choosing how to proceed. Can you proceed without legal representation? Is a DIY divorce even possible? The quick answer is yes, but is it a good idea? Likely...