INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Supreme Court deployed unusually forceful language in announcing Tuesday it will not permit divorcing parents to give up parenting time in exchange for eliminating child support payments.
INDIANAPOLIS | A General Assembly study committee learned Wednesday that changing Indiana law to prohibit a rapist from having any contact with a child produced by his or her crime is not as simple as it might seem.
INDIANAPOLIS | State lawmakers agreed Friday to wait until next year to enact legislation denying parenting time and visitation rights to a man who fathers a child through rape.
INDIANAPOLIS | An Indiana House panel used a procedural maneuver Monday to keep alive legislation that denies a rapist access to his child conceived by rape.
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