The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way law offices and courts are doing business. They’re all still open, but meeting with clients and parties remotely, such as through online videoconferencing services like Zoom or Microsoft Teams. Other courts are using platforms like WebEx. If you have attended a hearing or mediation before, you know what to expect, but what should you expect now?
There will be times when you and your co-parent do not agree; otherwise, your relationship and intact household may have continued. If you find that everything is a battleground, perhaps it’s time to look into a Parenting Coordinator.
Founding Wanzer Edwards attorney, Elisabeth Edwards, is serving as the 2020 Chair of the Indianapolis Bar Association Family Law Section. Ms. Edwards prepared a blog post for [...]
Under the new amendment to the law, if child turns 19 years of age and is still attending high school on a full-time basis, he or she would not be emancipated, and as such, weekly child support payments would continue. The support would continue to be paid until and terminate only when the child graduates from high school (or there is another reason to emancipate the child such as marriage or joining the military).