Divorce 101

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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Cairns Law Relocates to Broad Ripple

Effective July 1, 2016, Cairns & Rabiola has relocated to Broad Ripple. Our new address is 6161 N. College Avenue. Our move gives us more space which is much needed. Specifically, it provides for both Tara and Jaimie to hold mediations in our office. As Jaimie recently completed mediation training and Tara took the training …

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Family Law Attorneys Named to Super Lawyer

Cairns & Rabiola, LLP, is proud to announce that Indianapolis family law attorney Tara Rabiola has been named as a 2016 Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine. Attorney Jaimie L. Cairns has been selected for the second year in a row as a Rising Star. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers …

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Holiday Parenting Time: President’s Day 2016

President’s Day is next Monday, February 15th, and while most working adults do not get to enjoy the holiday (with the exclusion of state and federal government employees), all local schools do celebrate the holiday. And because of that, the holiday is included in the 2013 updated version of Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines ‘ list …

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