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Major Changes in Indiana Law on Notice of Relocation - Family Law News

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Posted on: Jun 19, 2019

By Rick Mann, Mann Law PC

Senate Enrolled Act No. 292, effective July 1, 2019, amends the relocation notification law involving custody, parenting time and visitation of children. The bill will affect the following citations: IC 31-9; IC 31-14; IC 31-15; and IC 31-17. The changes the requirements of the notice of intent to relocate as well as the contact information a party is required to share with another party subject to the case. The new law will also require a response to a notice of relocation even if a party is not objecting. You can see a summary of the changes here.

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