Many parents talk about sole custody, usually referencing physical custody of the child. However in Indiana, the term sole custody is no longer used to
When a custodial parent moves, it can disrupt the relationship between the non-custodial parent and the children. The current parenting time order may no longer
Adjusting to a new custody arrangement can be difficult particularly when attempting to settle into a new life and possibly a new home at the
Custody and parenting time determinations in all states is now based on the best interests of the child. Indiana has statutes enumerating the factors the
While any appeal can be stressful and a source of anxiety, those involving child custody and parenting time might be the most trying. No parent
Couples who are unable to agree on custody and parenting time may choose to attend mediation, or the court may order them to mediation. During
Domestic violence in a home can result in an offending parent losing custody and parenting time rights with the child, both parents becoming involved with
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