December 2019 Archives

Divorce filings tend to spike in the New Year

Divorce can happen at any time of year, but Indiana residents and people across the nation should pay attention to statistical trends that might affect their situation. For many couples, the holidays are stressful and after the New Year, some will decide that they need to part ways and divorce. There are many factors that should be considered for those who are thinking about taking this step.

How does my custody order affect holiday travel plans?

When you have children, vacation planning can be complicated. You plan your route and mode of travel for minimum stress and look for places to stay that are close to kid-friendly amenities. If you are traveling over the winter holidays, your schedule will include visits with relatives and events on the most special days.

Relocation is a complex part of child custody in Indiana

Divorce is a life-changing experience for everyone involved. This is true for the former spouses and children. Once the divorce has been completed and other issues, such as child custody, child support, spousal support and property division, have been decided upon, many might believe the case is final and they can move forward. However, that is not always the case.

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