Child support

The House Judiciary Committee heard Rep. GiaQuinta’s HB 1520 to provide that the duty of child support ceases when the child becomes 19 years of age unless the child is a full-time student in a secondary school. The Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council testified in … [Read more...]

Child support modification

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard SB 206 authored by Sen. M. Young on child support modification. The bill defines, for purposes of child support modification, an order with respect to child support and the appropriate timing for such requests. The 12-month period … [Read more...]

Child support

S.E.A. 179, P.L. 94 Effective: July 1, 2018 Provides that incarceration of a parent may not be considered to be voluntary unemployment in determining an amount to be ordered for support of a child. Provides that a court may modify the child support order, or approve … [Read more...]

Child support

The House Judiciary Committee heard SB 179 pertaining to child support sponsored by Rep. Mayfield. The bill provides that: incarceration of a parent may not be considered voluntary unemployment in determining an amount to be ordered for support of a child, a court … [Read more...]

Department of Child Services

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard HB 1406 sponsored by Sen. Bray on the Department of Child Services. The bill: clarifies the collection of past due annual support fees by the Child Support Bureau (Bureau) and the clerk of the circuit court; allows the Bureau … [Read more...]

Department of Child Services

The House Judiciary Committee heard HB 1406 authored by Rep. Mayfield on the Department of Child Services. The bill updates and revises Indiana law to ensure consistency with federal law on child support. Testimony was heard in support of the amended bill from the … [Read more...]

Child support

The Senate Judiciary Committee heard SB 179 on child support, authored by Sen. Bray. The bill provides the following: incarceration of a parent may not be considered voluntary unemployment in determining an amount to be ordered for support of a child a court may … [Read more...]

Petitions for educational support

The Senate Civil Law Committee heard Sen. Delph’s SB 374 on petitions for educational support. Sen. Delph explained that the bill authorizes a court to issue an educational support order until a child becomes 23 years of age. A constituent explained that when her … [Read more...]