The amount of visitation is NOT related to whether the parent has been paying court-ordered child support.Indiana has child support guidelines that the Court uses to decide how much the child support order will be." Answer: The question of dating during the divorce process is difficult to answer for several reasons.For one thing, the concept of “dating” as we know it today is nowhere mentioned in the Bible.The guidelines use the parents' income, child care expenses and other factors to come up with the child support amount.
They know I like to have a sexual relationship.’ While that might be true, just remember the example that you are setting is that it’s OK to have sex with people you aren’t married to. Monkey see monkey do.” But morality aside, there are more pressing legal implications to consider when entertaining overnight guests while your children are in the house, especially if you are just separated and dealing with custodial issues.By Judge Michele Lowrance and Family Lawyer, Pamela J.Hutul According to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, more than 80 percent of divorce attorneys surveyed reported an exponential increase in the amount of evidence collected from social networking opportunities in the past five years.That is, the innocent spouse has been abandoned by his/her unbelieving spouse or has been cheated on by an unrepentant adulterer.In either case, the innocent spouse is mostly likely in a state of emotional turmoil and vulnerability. Lawyers must modify and change the way they prepare for highly conflictual cases in these changing times.To do so, they need to understand and know the right questions to ask about social media.We have had many cases that we have surveilled and that can be brought to light during the litigation and can jeopardize child support,” said Thomas Martin, 63, a private investigator and former FBI agent from Newport Beach, Calif.You have to remember, at least in California, if you have someone stay overnight for three nights, and they don’t have to be consecutive, that can be considered co-habitating.” And if there is a clause in your agreement or divorce decree that ties alimony or child support to cohabitation or can financially penalize you for having another adult sharing your living space, all of that can be jeopardized. It’s the resounding answer to the question: Should you have a member of the opposite sex spend the night while you are divorcing, or even newly divorced?If there are children involved, overnight guests are a no-no,” said Kathy Stafford, 50, relationship coach and author of Relationship Remorse” (Eplanet Publishing) based in Charlotte, N. Children do not and should not have to deal with an endless stream of ‘new dads’ or ‘new moms.’ If you want to have a sexual relationship with someone new, that’s OK.