Indiana Code sections 16-36-1.7-0.5 to 16-36-1.7-5 deal with Psychiatric Advance Directives, including requirements to execute a directive as set forth in Indiana Code section 16-36-1.7-2. You can view these and other Indiana Code sections online using this website:...Read more »
If you are asking if you will be required to file a child support worksheet in cases where you share joint physical custody then the answer is most likely "yes". It is not necessarily the case that neither party pays support when they share equal time with their children. Indiana utilizes an...Read more »
Our baby was born out of wedlock and we do not live together but both of us signed a paternity affidavit. Being her physical custodian (no court order stating otherwise), am I allowed to move both me and her out of state without the father or his permission?
My brother in-law just turned 18 and is about to go to naval academy. The thing is he never wanted to be in the military. Both he and my wife lived in an abusive adopted household and he was forced to enlist. He only just turned 18 and finally moved out, he is willing to do all most anything, even... Read more »
Based on the information provided in your question he would have to contact the school if he is to attend college, if he has an enlistment contract he would have to talk to the recruiter who signed him up to try and void it. If her can't by the time he is supposed to leave I would advise him to...Read more »
The woman has picked up many charges and is using my last name to do so including a recent deception charge. She’s trying to impersonate my children’s deceased mother as well in hopes of becoming the payee for disability or social security. Plus, she’s squatting in a deceased man’s house... Read more »
Based on the information provided in your question as long as the court issued an order she could restore her maiden name upon the dissolution of marriage then it can be done, even though the order if old.
My son hates being forced to go to his father's house. They fight often, and due to different parenting styles they are VERY strict. They ration his food and wont give him his medication while he is there. He has a sorted legal history and has even had supervised visitations at one time with my... Read more »
Based on the information provided in your question and your current situation your son does not have the option to choose until he is 18. There is a statute that allows for his input with the court at 14, the courts look for what is in the best interest of the child.
Based on your question and your situation you should have been contacted by the new attorney by phone, email or letter. Additionally, there is a website in Indiana that is called MyCase which a public access portal you can view your case and the status the filings, etc.
My ex states that his parents have just as much legal right to visitation with our children as he does and he states that I have to follow the visitation order that is between him and I with them as well. The custody order has me down as the person with sole physical custody, he and I share legal... Read more »
Based on the information you provided and the situation, the Father of your children has parenting time not grandparents, if he wants to allow visitation during his time he can, but you do not have to make accommodations just for them to visit with children unless specifically outlined in the...Read more »
Nothing has been filed with the courts. No divorce paperwork has been filed. We weren't talking about getting a divorce before this. As of right now neither one of us have custody over my son as i understand it, since we were married when my son was born. Is there anything i can file to gain... Read more »
The recording was from a landline, when the child was home alone. Child & I talk across state lines. Ex also monitors all online activity & shows up places where I’m to drop off child for extracurricular activities.
I am sorry for your loss. Assuming you are the individual in charge of the funeral services, yes, you may bar your husband's children from the funeral services. This is determined by either an appointment by law under Indiana statute or you are appointed through an estate planning document your...Read more »
You should be able to handle issues pertaining to Social Security for the principal of the POA. That said, many POAs are limited in scope while others explicitly spell out what powers are granted to the POA agent. You should review the POA to see if it authorizes you to speak to the SSA.
I'm the oldest of 4. Me and the second oldest have same dad but the other 2 have different dads. We've had issues growing up from abusive homes to moving from evictions. I started being a suicidal and depressed mess with severe anxiety at a very young age. Child services never do anything. My... Read more »
If the named executor or personal representative is unable or unwilling to serve, you should consult the will to see if there are any alternate ones named. If there are not, an heir or family member can open the probate estate and petition the court to appoint an executor or personal...Read more »
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