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Legal Information: Indiana
Updated: October 27, 2020
31-17-2-21.8 Parenting time; requirement of drug testing of parent
Sec. 21.8. (a) A court may require that a parent submit to drug testing as a condition of exercising the parent’s parenting time if the court finds that:
(1) the parent has a history of unlawful drug use within the previous five (5) years; or
(2) there is a reasonable likelihood that the parent is currently using unlawful drugs.
(b) The court shall determine the manner and frequency of the drug testing.
(c) The parent shall pay the costs of the drug testing.
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