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How to Prepare for Your Divorce Consultation

Published in Family Law on February 5, 2024.

Scheduling an initial divorce consultation with a divorce attorney is the first step toward getting a divorce. It is important you know how to prepare for an initial consultation with a divorce attorney. Below are a few things you can do to get the most out of your consultation. Think Through the Most Critical Issues When … continue reading

2024 Indiana Family Law Updates

Published in Family Law on January 25, 2024.

At Eskew Law, our team of dedicated attorneys is committed to keeping our clients and community informed about the most recent changes to family law. As we start the new year, we want to share the latest family law legislative changes effective as of January 1, 2024.  This article will outline these changes and explain … continue reading

Indiana Best Interests of the Child Factors

Published in Family Law on July 17, 2023.

Divorce can lead to difficult decisions surrounding determining initial child custody and child support obligations. Additionally, subsequent custody modification cases are very emotional and complex. This is why it is best to partner with an experienced Indianapolis family law attorney. What Is Considered the Child’s Best Interest in Indiana? In the state of Indiana, child custody … continue reading

Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines

Published in Family Law on July 3, 2023.

Note: the following blog article was updated in July 2023. Need to talk to someone right away? Reach out to the family law attorneys at Eskew Law. New 2022 and 2023 Parenting Time Guidelines When you divorce or separate from the parent with whom you share a child, navigating issues such as parenting time can … continue reading

How Long Do You Have to Pay Child Support in Indiana?

Published in Family Law on October 14, 2022.

Financial support is crucial to your child’s ability to grow up in a stable environment. However, you might wonder how long you’ll have to pay child support in Indiana. When Does Child Support End in Indiana? Generally, under the Indiana child support law, a parent’s obligation to pay child support, which does not include support … continue reading

Why You Should Not File for Divorce in Indiana Without a Lawyer

Published in Family Law on August 29, 2022.

Whenever a couple can sit down and come to an agreement on the major issues involved in a divorce, they may be able to avoid much of the litigation that otherwise is often a part of the process. Working out the details of a marriage settlement agreement is often the preferred approach because it makes … continue reading

What Rights Do Grandparents Have Under Family Law in Indiana?

Published in Family Law on August 22, 2022.

If you’re a grandparent concerned about your grandchildren’s health and safety or continuing your relationship and bond, talk with a family attorney at Eskew Law. We’ll explain grandparents’ rights in Indiana and your options. We know these are often emotional situations, and you don’t want to hurt or demonize your grandchild’s mom or dad. We’re … continue reading

How to Prepare for Your Divorce Consultation

Published in Family Law on May 3, 2022.

Scheduling an initial consultation with a divorce attorney is the first step toward getting a divorce. However, once you schedule a divorce consultation, it is important you know how to prepare for an initial consultation with a divorce attorney. Below are a few things you can do to get the most out of your consultation. … continue reading

A Guide to Divorce Law in Indiana: 2022

Published in Family Law on January 7, 2022.

The thought of going through a divorce is stressful, and not just because it marks the end of a romantic relationship. Getting a divorce requires you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse to either agree on all the issues that must be resolved or have a court make these decisions for you. Because divorce laws in Indiana … continue reading

Indiana Child Custody and Relocation

Published in Family Law on November 29, 2021.

In today’s mobile economy, it’s common for one parent to get a job opportunity in another state. However, while a new job can bring with it new benefits and opportunities, parental relocation, whether with the child or not, substantially impacts the rights and responsibilities of everyone involved. Depending on the distance of the relocation, the … continue reading

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