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Feb 03, 2013

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

How old does a child have to be before the set visitation rules and child custody schedules are no longer valid?

Once a child turns 18 and is a legal adult can’t she make her own decisions?


Jan 28, 2013

divorce lawyer Andrew LaufersQuestion:

Am I required to give advance notification to my ex-wife and the daycare if I want to take my children out to lunch?

Our decree states I am to have reasonable and liberal visitation with notice to my ex-wife. She recently sent me a message that I inform her and the daycare ahead of time if I plan to take the kids out to lunch.

Is this really necessary?


Jan 02, 2013

Noblesville Indiana Divorce LawyerQuestion:

My wife and I are divorcing, and she agrees I will have physical custody as our child's disability requires a stable environment and my ex will be moving out of state.

When she does come to visit our child, I do not want my child staying in a hotel with her overnight because of his health and condition, but I also don’t want to appear to the court as uncooperative.

Am I obligated to let her stay in my house, or will my child have his parenting time with her in a hotel?


Jan 01, 2013

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

I am trying to seek custody of my children with my ex-girlfriend.

In the past, she has allowed me to see and speak to my kids often. However, recently she has been denying me visitation and refusing any sort of communication with my children.

How can I show the courts I want to be an involved dad to get as much visitation as possible when she is denying all contact?


Dec 19, 2012

divorce lawyer Jordan RapoffQuestion:

My ex-wife is denying my court-ordered parenting time so I filed a Family Access Motion, per my state's divorce laws.

The judge has failed to make a final determination within the 60-day mandate for a Motion for Family Access. Can he do that?


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