Full disclosure: I now may have to admit a conflict of interest. And I've never been so excited before to admit I may have been wrong.
Sometimes folks with the biggest hearts lack comparably sized pocketbooks.
Let’s ponder “our children” and “their children.”
There isn't a parent among us who hasn't feared the loss of a child. It's a natural, primal fear of anyone blessed with the privilege of raising children.
Sometimes you swing for the fences but take solace in a single.
A few local law firms made U.S. News & World Report's list of the Best Law Firms of 2014.
Adoption is one of the most magical things one can experience. It enriches the lives of adopted children and adoptive parents in profound ways.
Nearly 15 years after the Indiana Supreme Court launched its Family Court Project, 22 counties — including Lake and Porter — are working toward a kinder, gentler, more holistic way to resolve family crises, court officials say.
At Indiana’s signature annual event — the Indianapolis 500 — where we present ourselves to a worldwide audience, the actor Jim Nabors sings the words that are so dear to many of us: “Back home again, in Indiana ...”
In the emotion-charged realm of adoption, the Internet has been a transformative force, often for good, sometimes for ill.
Millions of Americans with disabilities have gained innumerable rights and opportunities in recent years, but advocates say barriers can block one basic human right: To be a parent.
Buy a sheep, "adopt" a soldier or name a piece of rainforest.
Pregnant at 18, a high school dropout, Genavieve Diggs knew she wasn't equipped to raise a child, but after surrendering her newborn for adoption, she nearly changed her mind.
VALPARAISO | CASA — Court Appointed Special Advocates — will begin its next training session for Porter County volunteers in October.
INDIANAPOLIS | Lake Superior Judge Elizabeth Tavitas will participate this week in a 20-minute interview that could change her life and the history of Indiana.
On Nov. 15, all Illinois adoptees and adult descendants of deceased adoptees will gain access to their original birth records. This is a law that should be adopted in Indiana as well.
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