When you get a divorce in Indiana, one of the most pressing things on your mind may be your custody arrangement. Child custody can come in many forms and it may surprise you to learn how many options there are. At Katzman and Katzman, P.C., we know how important it is for you to understand all of your options.
While you should always follow a court order for child support, that does not mean that the court cannot change the order. This is important to know when you pay child support in Indiana. You may run into situations where things change and you need to have the order reevaluated by the court. You should understand how to go about asking for a change to your child support, so if you need one, you know how to get it.
If you and your spouse are divorcing in Indiana, you may be wondering if you will be eligible to receive any money from your ex as part of the divorce settlement. Known as spousal support or alimony, this typically occurs if one spouse has stayed home to raise a family or makes significantly less money and will not be able to support him or herself after the divorce. Unlike child support, alimony is not a given and, if a court orders it, it is often on a temporary basis.