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Indiana Divorce – Provisional Orders

In Indiana, after a petition for dissolution of marriage is filed the court will typically hold a provisional hearing.  A provisional hearing is a hearing to set temporary orders.  A provisional hearing is authorized under Indiana Code 31-15-4,  where either party can ask the court to make temporary determinations as…

Indiana Divorce – Jurisdiction and Venue

In order to eligible for an Indiana divorce, for six months immediately preceding the filing of the petition for dissolution of marriage, at least one (1) of the parties to the divorce action must be a resident of Indiana or stationed at a United States military installation located in Indiana. …

Indiana Divorce

Divorce (or dissolution of marriage)in Indiana is governed by Indiana Code 31-15-1, et seq. An Indiana divorce can be granted for four (4) reasons, irretrievable breakdown of the marriage, felony conviction after marriage, impotence existing at the time of marriage, and incurable insanity of either party for a period of…