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Legal Information: Indiana
Updated: October 27, 2020
Where can I find more information on custody in Indiana?
Indiana Legal Services has:
- General information about custody in Indiana, including the factors a judge will consider when deciding custody and an explanation of joint custody;
- Information on modifying a custody order;
- General information about visitation in Indiana; and
- Much more information about custody in Indiana here, including who has custody if there is no custody order and whether or not a child can testify in court.
The Indiana Courts website has information on parenting time guidelines. The website does not provide forms online for filing custody - however, they do have related forms regarding child support and divorce here.
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