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Mayim Bialik provides tips to parents post-divorce

Mayim Bialik: You may know her from the amazing television show Big Bang Theory, but what you might not know about her is that she's been divorced for three years. When she divorced her children ...
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What Not to Do: Burn Your House Down During Your Divorce

In today's example of what not to do in your divorce: burn your house down. That's right, a Boston man in the midst of his divorce tried to burn his $900,000 house to the ground. Timothy ...
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Cairns & Rabiola Relocates to Broad Ripple

Effective July 1, 2016, Cairns & Rabiola has relocated to Broad Ripple. Our new address is 6161 N. College Avenue. Our move gives us more space which is much needed. Specifically, it provides for ...
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Family Law Attorneys Named to Super Lawyer

Cairns & Rabiola, LLP, is proud to announce that Indianapolis family law attorney Tara Rabiola has been named as a 2016 Rising Star by Super Lawyers Magazine. Attorney Jaimie L. Cairns has been ...
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Holiday Parenting Time: President's Day 2016

President's Day is next Monday, February 15th, and while most working adults do not get to enjoy the holiday (with the exclusion of state and federal government employees), all local schools do ...
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Cairns & Rabiola Represents Client in Successful Adoption Appeal

The Indiana Court of Appeals issued a decision today in In Re the Adoption of S.Z. In Indiana, both biological parents must consent to an adoption or the potential adoptive parents must show that the ...
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Cairns Named a 2015 Rising Star by Super Lawyers

Cairns & Rabiola, LLP, is proud to announce that Indianapolis family law attorney Jaimie L. Cairns has been selected to the 2015 Indiana Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of ...
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Divorce 101: Settlement Negotiations and Mediation

What are settlement negotiations? In the context of divorce, settlement negotiations are attempts between parties to settle their case. If the parties have attorneys, the settlement negotiations are ...
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Divorce 101: Discovery

What is discovery? Discovery is legal phrase for the process of discovering facts in a case. There are a variety of discovery methods, including interrogatories, requests for production, third party ...
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Divorce 101: Assets and Liabilities

What assets and liabilities are divided in a divorce? Assuming no prenuptial or postnuptial agreement, all assets and liabilities are considered part of the "marital estate" for purposes of ...
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Divorce 101: Child Support FAQ

If your divorce involves unemancipated children, child support will likely be an issue that needs to be addressed. This blog entry will focus on common questions regarding child support. How is child ...
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Divorce 101: Child Custody FAQ

In Indiana, there are two types of custody: physical custody and legal custody. Here are some other questions you may have about custody in a divorce case: Is one parent presumed to be the primary ...
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Divorce 101: Legal Custody versus Physical Custody

In Indiana, there are two types of custody that must be determined in each case involving minor children : (1) legal custody and (2) physical custody. Physical custody is simply a description of the ...
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Divorce 101: Do You Need a Preliminary Hearing?

What is a Preliminary Hearing? Preliminary Agreement? Preliminary Order? A preliminary hearing is a hearing conducted by the Court that's purpose is to set the rules for the spouses to abide by ...
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Uncontested Divorce FAQ

The Indiana family law attorneys at Cairns & Rabiola are happy to assist clients in both contested and uncontested divorces. These frequently asked questions are aimed to help you determine if ...
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Divorce 101: How to File for Divorce in Indiana?

Once you have found an attorney to hire to represent you in your divorce, there are a few things you need to know about where and how to file for divorce in Indiana. Where do I file for divorce? In ...
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Divorce 101: Roadmap to Divorce

The roadmap to divorce is intended to give you a basic understanding of how an Indiana divorce travels from the initial filing of divorce to the finalization of the divorce. Keep in mind that no two ...
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Three Things to Consider When Hiring a Divorce Attorney

There are many questions you should ask a divorce lawyer when you are deciding whether to hire them. Below are a list of some questions we’d suggest asking and that we are more than happy to ...
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