I was honored to receive a volunteer of the year award for my work as a guardian ad litem from Kid’s Voice of Indiana last night. Thank you to all of the staff at Kid’s Voice and the other volunteers.
Although alimony is not currently available as an option to couples getting divorced in Indiana, per se, there is a growing consensus that maybe it should. The current rules for property division in a divorce goes back to 1973 when the Indiana General Assembly decided that property division should take one of two forms. Either
INDIANAPOLIS — After a Zionsville mother of three went through a divorce, she became financially strapped when trying to cover college expenses for her children, she told an Indiana legislative committee Wednesday. Basic child support typically ends when children turn 19 in Indiana. One of the outcomes can be similar to the woman’s case in
After roughly eight hours of interviews, dozens of documents and one unanimous vote, 17 Marion Superior judges have been recommended for retention by a recently created committee whose existence marks a new era for the Indianapolis judiciary. The Marion County Judicial Selection Committee interviewed the 17 Marion Superior Court judges seeking retention in 2018 on
As we head into the holiday season it’s important for those of us who are either going through or have gone through a divorce to plan ahead to prevent last minute drama which could spoil the season for everyone. Knowing your parenting plan and the rules it creates can help diffuse misunderstanding and guide you