In Indiana, a child is considered emancipated at the age of 19 by operation of law. Therefore, emancipation eliminates a parent’s duty to pay child
Clearly, with COVID-19 and significant changes in the global supply chain currently impacting most businesses, everyone has had their job put at risk to some
As a general rule, a party can file for divorce at any time so long as the marriage is irretrievably broken.1 After a divorce is
In Indiana, there have been significant layoffs and job terminations due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus. For non-custodial parents who pay child support, suddenly
On March 6, 2020, Governor Holcomb issued executive order 20-02 formally declaring a public health disaster in Indiana due to the novel Coronavirus (“COVID-19”) outbreak.
This blog is written for divorced parents or parents of children in a paternity action that are about to turn 19 years of age. Although
It’s important for the attorneys at Ciyou & Dixon, P.C., as family law practitioners, to stay updated on Indiana laws to best serve our clients.
Indiana trial court judges and attorneys encourage the parties to reach agreements in divorce and paternity cases. There is even a specific statute in the
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