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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Steps Can I Take To Undo A Ruling In My Paternity And Child Support Case?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • My Stepson Is Locked Up. I Have Been Involved In Visiting His Children Almost From The Beginning. The Mother Won’t Let Me See The Children. Do I Have Any Rights To Continue My Visits?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • My Son’s Father Has Not Seen Him Since He Was 8 Months Old And Now He Is Almost 2. Can I Stop Him From Having Contact Now And Later?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • Can Visitation And Child Support Be Modified Because My Ex Quit His Job?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • My Ex-Wife Will Not Let Me See My Daughter. I Have Not Seen Her For 8 Months. When I Did Get Her In The Past Her Head Would Be Full Of Lice.

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • Can Custody Be Given To The Father Of A Child If The Mother Is Dating A Guy Who Has A Prior Felony Conviction For Assault?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • I’m Filing For Divorce From My Husband. He Has Taken And Sold Some Household Items Already. What Can I Do To Protect My Car And Household Property?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • The Court Calculated My Child Support Back To The Date The Baby Was Born. I’ve Never Missed A Payment But Now I Owe $2,900.00. When I File My Taxes At The End Of The Year Will The Court Garnish My Tax Return Money To Pay The Back Support?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • The Court Calculated My Child Support Back To The Date The Baby Was Born. I’ve Never Missed A Payment But Now I Owe $2,900.00. When I File My Taxes At The End Of The Year Will The Court Garnish My Tax Return Money To Pay The Back Support?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • The Court Calculated My Child Support Back To The Date The Baby Was Born. I’ve Never Missed A Payment But Now I Owe $2,900.00. When I File My Taxes At The End Of The Year Will The Court Garnish My Tax Return Money To Pay The Back Support?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • I Have Not Received My Ex’s Financial Declaration Forms For My Child Support Case. What Do I Do Next?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • I Have Not Received My Ex’s Financial Declaration Forms For My Child Support Case. What Do I Do Next?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • Do Student Loans, Grants And Child Support Received Count As Income Regarding Figuring Child Support?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • I Cannot Afford To Pay Child Support Due To My Low Income. I Make Minimum Wage.

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • How Can I Undo A Guardianship When The Adult In Question Requests The Change?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • In My Daughter’s Divorce The Husband Insists On Having A “Title.” He’s A Power/Game Player. If He Has A “Title” Does That Give Him Any Extra “Power” Over My Daughter?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • Will My Ex-Husband Get Visits Even If He’s Been Abusive Toward Me In The Past?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • Can I Get Custody Of A Child When The Custodial Parent Dies But Leaves A Last Will And Testament For The Aunt To Have Guardianship?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • How Can I Get Supervised Visitation For My Three Girls?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • I Want To Divorce My Abusive Husband But I’m Scared And Have Nowhere To Go. Who Has To Leave Our Home?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • What Can I Do About Paying Child Support To The Mother Of My Children Who Doesn’t Have Or Support Them? They Are Living With Their Aunt.

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • If There Is No Custody Order For A Child What Rights Does The Father Have For Visitation?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • My Husband Filed For Divorce After I Shot Him In The Foot. I Don’t Work And Ain’t Going To Change My Lifestyle Just Because He Wants Me Out.

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

  • My Husband And I Had 4 Children And He Rarely Paid Support. He Owes Around $85,000.00. Our Youngest Child Is Now 30. Can I Put A Lien On His Property To Enforce The Payment Of Back Support?

    Answer: If you have been adjudicated (ordered) as the father, you have 30 days from the date of the order to appeal the ruling to the Indiana Court of Appeals. If a DNA test was done and you believe that it is in some way fraudulent and not more than one year has passed since you learned about the fraud, you may be able to ask the court for relief from the order under Trial Rule 60.

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