Parental child support obligations end when a child is determined to be emancipated, that is, a legal adult. The determination requires a number of factors to be in place in accordance with the statute. Once a child meets the requirements for emancipation, a parent may petition the court to stop the child support order, thus ending their requirement to pay support. Parenting Time (Visitation)

Time with your child is a precious commodity, thus making the division of visitation rights a highly contested issue. As with custody determinations, courts decide visitation disputes based upon the best interests of the child. Children have a very limited understanding of divorce and can be easily and significantly harmed by the changes going on around them. First and foremost, therefore, courts want to minimize the harms that the child suffers and to protect their interests. Parenting time can be divided up in many different ways, however, a large majority of parents chose, or the court orders, the standard visitation schedule per the child’s age as set out in the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines. The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines is a great tool for all parents. The guidelines set out the parenting time schedule and the rights of each parent in pursuit of lowering confusion and conflict. Remember, conflict is not healthy for your child.

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