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Preventing parental alienation: What to watch out for

When parents and children go through divorce, there is always a risk of contention between the parties. One issue that some parents find themselves extremely concerned about is the risk of parental alienation. Parental alienation is, generally speaking, when one parent alienates a child against the other parent through manipulative tactics. These tactics might be things such as promising gifts, badmouthing the other parent or making the child fear repercussions for involving the other parent in his or her life.

Key arguments to win the house in a divorce

When you and your spouse are dividing your property in a divorce, one of the harder assets to divide is the family house. The house is often the largest and most expensive of your shared property. It drastically affects how the rest of the estate is sorted as Indiana law requires the court to presume equitable division of marital property.

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