I would be willing to look a your husband’s case. Is your husband available to talk? Please email me at Kaaronheifnerlaw@gmail.com. I practice criminal defense in Anderson, Hartford City, Muncie and New Castle.
My son lives in ky with his father I have visitation ordered by indiana state guidelines I have not seen my son since march 8th. I have been very patient. His last official Day of school there will be May 5th. His father still will not allow me my visits
Yes, The Court Order for parenting time with your minor child is deemed essential travel. Indiana Governor addressed exchanging children in Sec. E number 16 of Indiana’s stay at home order on or about March 20, 2020. This includes travel to other states, Kentucky.
The judge for because I'm a single sole provider of two kids and also a essential worker...i was granted an extension but are not allowed any more but that was before covid-19 anything I could ask the judge for during this pandemic
Both the previous answers are correct. You need to contact the attorney who represented you in this case or hire a different attorney who works in the court you were sentenced in. That attorney can file the appropriate motion requesting a new result that will keep you working. You should do this on...View More
Oldest turns 19 in 2 days. Lives at college in Texas. Youngest turns 18 in three weeks and is in last year of high school. Will the support stop for the 19 year old or do I have to go to court to stop it? And will they automatically reevaluate the support for the other one when the support stops... View More
It will not automatically stop. You will need to file a petition to emancipate the child as of their 19th birthday. This shall be completed prior to the child's 19th birthday. A new child support worksheet will need to be completed to obtain the new support amount for the 17 year old....View More
You should go to your county clerk and request an accounting of all the child support you have paid this year. The only way your child support could be increasing when you are making regular and timely payments is if you are paying less than the court ordered amount each month. Indiana child...View More
A lawyer is not a requirement to argue your case for physical custody. However, it is likely a good family law attorney will be able to present a better case on your behalf to the court, than you will without a good attorney. In addition,there are attorneys that are willing to take payments for...View More
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