In Indiana, generally, the property that two individuals bring into the marriage or acquire during the marriage is property subject to division at the time of divorce. The use of a premarital or prenuptial agreement can be used by parties to prevent this. Premarital agreements are legal contacts which are entered into prior to marriage…

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If you are currently unemployed due to the national coronavirus pandemic and have bills coming due, you may need to consider your consumer bankruptcy options under Chapters 7 or 13 of the Bankruptcy Code.  In recent reports, worldwide, households now have $12 trillion more in debt than during the financial crisis of 2008.  We are…

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You may have heard from a friend about needing a “Miller’s Trust” or you may have come across a “Miller’s Trust” while researching the type of legal documents one may need when getting older.  It is not important how you first heard of a “Miller’s Trust” but it is important for you to understand whether…

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Prior to July 1, 2018, Indiana was a “healthcare by committee” state – any number of people could act on a person’s behalf when they were adjudged to be incompetent. The circumstances sometimes resulted in confusion as to who may speak for the incompetent patient.  Indiana law now specifies a priority order for people who…

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As the saying goes, there are only two things in life that are certain: death and taxes.  While no one can avoid death, most people wish to avoid, as much as possible, the taxes and expenses that may result from their death. As of January 1, 2013, the Indiana legislature repealed the state’s inheritance tax. …

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