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How To Avoid Probate Probate is the process by which a deceased person's estate is used to pay off the deceased's debts and taxes, with the remaining assets being distributed to the estate's beneficiaries. It may seem simple, but probate is actually a...read more
Legal Separation vs. Divorce Married couples that are unhappy with their relationship have the option of filing for legal separation or divorce in Indiana. Both legal separation and divorce will change the state of your relationship, which is why it's...read more
How is child support calculated in Indiana? A child's quality of life should not be affected by a divorce. One tool the courts use to ensure children are able to maintain their lifestyle is child support, which is typically paid by the noncustodial parent....read more
Child Support Issues You Need To Be Aware Of: For many parents, seeing their children graduate from high school and continue their education at the collegiate level is a dream come true. However, many divorced parents are left wondering who is going to pay...read more
How Will Your Belongings Be Distributed When You Are Gone? This question befalls us all. With some simple planning, you can protect your lifelong collections, your family, and provide a detailed road map of how you want your affairs handled upon your...read more
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