Everyone is always talking about this concept of co-parenting, and why parents should co-parent their child(ren). The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines were modified to provide some guidance on co-parenting and the new concept of Shared Parenting.
The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines (IPTG) were significantly modified and updated on January 1, 2022. Family law attorney Sadie Dillon-Baatz reviews the major changes that will impact families for all cases entering new or modifying existing parenting time orders on or after January 1, 2022.
Sadie Dillon-Baatz has completed training as a Guardian Ad Litem. As part of her training, Dillon-Baatz received specialized instruction and education on a variety of topics that will assist her in being able to represent the best interests of children and incapacitated individuals.
Even when an adoption is uncontested, it is important to follow the statutory procedure so that the adoption is completed properly and that there are no errors and that, following the necessary hearing, your child is officially and legally yours.
Indiana is a “one pot” state, in which all assets owned by the parties at the time of divorce are considered marital assets that will be divided in some fashion between the parties, either by the Court or by agreement. Retirement benefits are often an important component of a marital property division or settlement agreement.
Family law attorneys understand that going through the process of getting a divorce can be quite an ordeal. It is an emotional time that can involve disputes about marital property, child custody, or other personal issues.
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