Everyone knows someone—a friend, a co-worker, a neighbor—who’s gone through a nightmare divorce. The repeated trips to court, the bitter arguments over the children, the dwindling bank accounts—it’s frightening even to think about. But it doesn’t have to be so painful. If you and your spouse
If you believe you may be eligible for an annulment of your marriage in the state of Indiana, this article will explain what an annulment is, tell you if you may qualify for one, and will describe the effects of an annulment.
A few decades ago, prenuptial agreements were widely believed to be only for couples in which one or both future spouses were very wealthy. Today, one-third of people polled said that they would consider asking a partner to sign a prenuptial agreement. Many more couples are choosing to decide together,
Child support is not a means of punishment for parents, but the state’s system for ensuring that children receive the financial support needed to cover basic needs. Whether parents are emotionally involved in their children’s lives or not, both parents have an ongoing duty to provide financial
Indiana domestic violence hotlines answer more than 500 calls per day from victims seeking help. The Indiana state legislature recognizes that children who witness violence in the household are much more likely to become abusers or domestic violence victims when they are adults.