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Is CBD Oil Legal in Indiana?

Marijuana laws across the country are being modified to allow those with serious medical conditions to benefit from its use, both medicinally and recreationally. However, up until 2018, Indiana did not allow any type of marijuana possession or use, in any form. Below, we discuss how the law has changed in Indiana, and what that … Continue reading “Is CBD Oil Legal in Indiana?”

How to Get a Divorce in Indiana When Your Spouse Doesn’t Want One

When your marriage is no longer what it used to be, and you’re ready to move on with your life, you may be prepared to file for divorce. Unfortunately, in cases where your spouse is doing everything they can to make your life difficult, you could find that the divorce process is stalled or even … Continue reading “How to Get a Divorce in Indiana When Your Spouse Doesn’t Want One”

Can I file bankruptcy without my spouse in Indiana?

No one makes the decision to declare bankruptcy lightly. When you’re married and one spouse has incurred significant debts that continue piling up, bankruptcy can be a good option to clear your financial slate. However, the other spouse might wonder how filing for bankruptcy will impact their credit and finances—even if the married couple shared … Continue reading “Can I file bankruptcy without my spouse in Indiana?”

Division of Marital Property: How to Get What’s Yours

No one ever said divorce was easy. When you marry, you don’t expect that your marriage will fall apart. Unfortunately, not all couples are meant to be together forever. This can become apparent when it’s time to part ways and you find that you’re having difficulty  reaching an agreement regarding child custody, child support, alimony, … Continue reading “Division of Marital Property: How to Get What’s Yours”

Arrested in Indiana: What Comes Next?

If you’ve been arrested, you are likely concerned with what could happen next. An arrest, even if you aren’t convicted, can have a serious impact on your life. It can affect how your friends and family view you, your current employment status, and your long-term ability to earn a living. You could be spending time … Continue reading “Arrested in Indiana: What Comes Next?”

Differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy is an option you likely wanted to avoid, but now it seems that you’ll need to file to get the creditors off your back and get your debts erased. Maybe you’ve already begun researching bankruptcy, but you’re surprised by the number of chapters available for debtors. Chapters 7 and 11 bankruptcies are … Continue reading “Differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy”

Top Three Reasons DUI Cases Are Dismissed

Being charged with a DUI is no small matter. Operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol can not only seriously injure or kill you, your passenger(s), or anyone else sharing the roads, but you could be facing serious penalties if you are convicted. The best way to get through this challenging time … Continue reading “Top Three Reasons DUI Cases Are Dismissed”

Can First-Time Offenders Expect Leniency in Indiana?

It’s embarrassing and upsetting, but you have been arrested for the first time in your life. You’ve never broken the law before, but now you’ve made a mistake and you’re possibly going to be punished for it. Because it’s your first time, you may be wondering whether first-time offenders can expect leniency in Indiana. In … Continue reading “Can First-Time Offenders Expect Leniency in Indiana?”