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Applying Paternity Laws in Indiana to Disestablish Paternity

Applying Paternity Laws in Indiana to Disestablish Paternity

Establishing paternity early gives a child the security of a paternal source of support and connection and avoids complications that arise in delayed paternity actions. In Indiana, a man can voluntarily execute a paternity affidavit provided by the hospital or medical facility where the child was born within 72 hours […]

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A Case Study of the Indiana RV Sales Tax

A Case Study of the Indiana RV Sales Tax

Consumers pay sales tax on just about everything. But which state’s sales tax do we pay? The answer can be much more complicated than you’d expect as illustrated by the Indiana RV sales tax case discussed here. Playing Fast and Loose with the Indiana RV Sales Tax For the vast […]

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Living With Cohabitation Laws in Indiana

Living With Cohabitation Laws in Indiana

Cohabitation, cohabitation agreements, common law marriages, same-sex marriages and couples, and heterosexual couples all involve combining households in some fashion. The cohabitation laws in Indiana can be a source of confusion, especially when relationships change or cease. The attorneys at Camden & Meridew, P.C., can help you navigate the nuances […]

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Considering Using a Social Security Disability Lawyer?

Considering Using a Social Security Disability Lawyer?

Preparing to apply for Social Security disability benefits can be daunting and likely occurs when you’re already facing financial challenges. Making an appointment for a free consultation with a Social Security disability lawyer should be the first step to pursuing Social Security disability benefits. A Social Security disability lawyer can […]

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Calculating Indiana Child Support

Calculating Indiana Child Support

When a family has been divided by divorce, there are sometimes harsh feelings between the former spouses. When children are involved, those feelings may impact how parents feel about child support. Writing a check to the other parent may feel like paying that parent rather than supporting a child, and […]

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Divorce in Indiana: Valentine’s Day Harmony or Heartache

Divorce in Indiana: Valentine’s Day Harmony or Heartache

The movies, songs, greeting cards, and advertisements this time of year promote marital and relationship harmony, but as a new year has begun and Valentine’s Day approaches, many relationships deteriorate and the divorce rate can rise. Divorce in Indiana is no exception. Are you pondering a change? Divorce is typically […]

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