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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Broadly speaking, a relationship is simply the way two individual people associate with one another. Relationships come in all types and form between all kinds of people. They can be professional, friendly, romantic, or just between family members. The parent-child relationship stands out as one of the most widespread and […]
Indiana law has special requirements for divorced parents intending to relocate, which is defined as a change in the primary residence of an individual for a period of at least sixty (60) days. Ind. Code § 31-9-2-107.7. Parents intending to relocate who have been awarded custody or parenting time with […]