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Five Steps to File Divorce in Indiana Deciding to file for a divorce is never easy. It’s a very personal decision to make and knowing where to start might feel intimidating. It might seem like there’s no easy place to start but once you have made the decision to move forward, there are only five …

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Why haven’t you received your stimulus check?

The federal government approved a second round of stimulus checks at the end of 2020. As of December 29, 2020, those funds have started to be disbursed by the IRS and Treasury Department. There are some circumstances, unique to people in family law situations, that may result in you not receiving your stimulus check or …

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Can I keep my house when I get divorced?

One of the most common questions we get asked when people divorce is whether they can keep their house when they get divorced. The good news is that the answer to this question can be yes. The bad news is that it is not always possible. The two biggest reasons someone cannot keep their house in …

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Easter Holiday 2019

As most parents of divorce are aware, the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines provide a schedule for holiday parenting time that covers many major U.S. holidays. What same people may not realize is that among the holidays included in the guidelines is Easter. Easter falls on April 21st this year, and this year (and all odd years) the …

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What happens when you die without a will in Indiana?

Chances are that someone in your life has told you to make a will at some point or you have encountered some friends or relatives talking about making their own. You have probably heard the reasons why it is important to create a will; but, have you ever wondered what happens in the event that …

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