The short answer is yes. A judge can do whatever they want; if you disagree with the decision, you can ask them to reconsider it
Obtaining a modification of a child custody order in Indiana can be more difficult than gaining custody in an original order. Parents attempting to modify
Custody cases can be either uncontested or contested. In uncontested custody cases, both parties agree on all issues, namely physical custody, child support and legal
The terms joint and sole custody are frequently used by parties in a custody case, but what do they really mean? In Indiana, there are
In any custody case there are disagreements over child rearing issues and parenting time schedules that require court intervention. In these cases, the court will
Child custody and relocation laws in Indiana do not always allow a parent with a custody or parenting time order to relocate their residence without
Signing the hospital paternity affidavit is not necessary to establish paternity, nor does it grant a father any parenting time rights. If you were unaware
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