Divorcees dating indiana

Either you or your spouse must be a resident of Indiana for six months before you file for divorce, and be a resident of the county in which you are filing for three months before you can file for divorce.The court will charge a filing fee which will vary between 2 and 2, depending on which county you are in.

Once a divorce is filed, you have to wait 60 days before the court can finalize the divorce.

The court can issue temporary orders as soon as the divorce is filed, but the actual divorce and final orders cannot be done until 60 days have passed since the date the divorce was filed.

Generally, courts cannot change the order concerning property and debts after the divorce is done.

The court can sometimes change orders concerning child custody, visitation and child support.

Indiana has child support guidelines that the Court uses to decide how much the child support order will be.

The guidelines use the parents' income, child care expenses and other factors to come up with the child support amount.

The support order can also require the non-custodial parent to provide health insurance coverage for the child.

You can see the child support guidelines at Child Support Guidelines.

If you hire an attorney, you will also have to pay the attorney.

You will need to check with the attorney about that attorney's fees.

The non-custodial parent will usually have visitation every other week-end, and one evening during the week. The non-custodial parent's visitation can be limited if there is proof that visitations would be harmful to the child.

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