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Driving with a Suspended License in Indiana (DWLS)

Published in Uncategorized on November 8, 2021.

Get Help from Experienced DWLS Defense Lawyers Right Away What would we do without our cars? We love and need them—they’re essentially our lifelines to get to work, school, the grocery store, and even the hospital. So getting caught driving on a suspended license can lead to a long path of legal troubles which can … continue reading

An Overview of Indiana Self-Defense Law

Published in Uncategorized on November 8, 2021.

Indiana self-defense laws are covered under Indiana Code 35-41-2. They strongly support the principle that people have the right to defend themselves and others from physical harm and crime. These laws also protect someone’s right to feel safe and secure in their own home against unlawful intrusions.  Self-defense is an affirmative defense. This means you … continue reading

Indiana DUI Penalties for Your Third DUI

Published in Criminal Law on November 2, 2021.

Police, prosecutors, and judges all take Indiana DUI offenses very seriously. As is the case in most states, Indiana law provides for increasingly harsh sentences for each DUI conviction. If you face a 3rd DUI in Indiana, you need an experienced defense attorney to protect your interests. The lawyers at Eskew Law LLC have extensive … continue reading

Prostitution and Solicitation Laws in Indiana

Published in Criminal Law on November 2, 2021.

With awareness increasing around the issue of sex trafficking, police and prosecutors have recently begun to take a hardline approach when it comes to prostitution offenses. However, prostitution laws in Indiana are complex. And an arrest for solicitation or promotion of prostitution can be a very serious offense. At Eskew Law LLC our dedicated Indiana … continue reading

Custody and Parents Rights for Unmarried Fathers in Indiana

Published in Family Law on November 2, 2021.

When a child is born, the father may expect to have parental rights. Nevertheless, if the mother and father of the child are not married at the time of the child’s birth, this can become an issue. You may be wondering, what are the father’s rights if not married to the mother of the child? … continue reading

What Is the Divorce Process in Indiana?

Published in Family Law on November 1, 2021.

If you’re facing an impending divorce, you may feel lost and unsure of what you can expect. Knowing and understanding the Indiana divorce process can help ease some of the stress. While divorces can be tough, a skilled Indiana divorce lawyer is the perfect person to help get you through the process. Eskew Law, LLC, … continue reading

Child Support in Indiana: How It’s Calculated and What You Need To Know

Published in Family Law on November 1, 2021.

Co-parenting has many challenges, from navigating parenting exchanges and birthdays to making sure each parent financially supports their children. While parents have a lot of leeway in deciding how to share custody, Indiana law dictates financial support. The Indiana child support guidelines determine how much each parent has to contribute and which parent owes the … continue reading

What Are the Indiana Child Custody Laws for Unmarried Parents?

Published in Family Law on November 1, 2021.

In Indiana, the General Assembly addresses child custody laws. When compared to married parents, unmarried parents present some special legal concerns. These special concerns include unmarried fathers’ rights in Indiana. State courts try to balance these concerns. Unmarried fathers’ rights must be balanced with unmarried mothers’ custody rights to arrive at a fair determination. But … continue reading

What Are the Penalties for a First Offense DUI in Indiana?

Published in Criminal Law on October 14, 2021.

Anyone is capable of a slight mistake or error in judgment and, unfortunately, even just a few drinks can turn into a drunk driving arrest. In Indiana, the term “Operating While Intoxicated” (OWI) refers to driving while impaired by the effects of alcohol, but the implications are the same as in many other states: You … continue reading

Personal Injury Statute of Limitations in Indiana

Published in Personal Injury on October 12, 2021.

A statute of limitations is a statute giving a certain period of time to file a legal claim. The time allotted depends on the type of claim. If you do not file your lawsuit within the timeframe specified under Indiana’s personal injury statute of limitations, you may be barred from pursuing your claim. Accordingly, it … continue reading