Effective March 1, 2013, the Indiana Supreme Court has modified the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines. Please contact our office to see how this changes may affect your parenting time arrangement with you and your children.
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The Indiana legislature enacted a new law regarding emancipation of a child. Beginning July 1, 2012, a child nineteen (19) years of age will be considered emancipated and no further child support would have to be paid unless the child has a disability or is a special needs child. Additionally, a child receiving child support under an order issued before July 1, 2012 may file a petition for educational needs until the child turns twenty-one (21) years old. A child who receives support under an order issued after June 30, 2012 may petition for educational needs until the child turns nineteen (19) years old.