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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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Mayim Bialik provides tips to parents post-divorce

Mayim Bialik: You may know her from the amazing television show Big Bang Theory, but what you might not know about her is that she’s been divorced for three years. When she divorced her children were 4 and 7 and they are now 7 and 10. She decided to take to YouTube and discuss what …

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What Not to Do: Burn Your House Down During Your Divorce

In today’s example of what not to do in your divorce: burn your house down. That’s right, a Boston man in the midst of his divorce tried to burn his $900,000 house to the ground. Timothy Brosnan, 57, was arrested Saturday evening shortly after police say he set his Linden Avenue home on fire. He …

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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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