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Indiana Child Custody and Relocation: The Effect of Custody Orders on Moving
Indiana Child Custody and Relocation: The Effect of Custody Orders on Moving

Child custody laws can be confusing to navigate, especially when parents have separate households and one parent wishes to move. Whether following a divorce or other family proceeding, moving can significantly impact both parents’ rights under Indiana child custody and ...

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