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Family Law Tip of the Week: Grief Support Group and Repeat Tips
Posted on: Feb 15, 2018

Welcome to Tip of the Week! Judicial officers will offer a tip each week for members of the Family Law Section. Feel free to send suggestions to Mag. Kim Mattingly at kimberly.mattingly@indy.gov.

Bill Watch, Feb. 13, 2018: Current Family Law Legislation of Note
Posted on: Feb 13, 2018

The IndyBar Legislative Committee is currently monitoring the following family law related legislation.

Social Media, Family Law and Defamation
Posted on: Feb 13, 2018

Facebook posts have long served as a treasure trove of evidence for family law attorneys, especially before Facebook allowed you to change your privacy settings. I know many lawyers who keep a Facebook account solely so they can see what parties may have on their Facebook pages before court. That said, does this social media post seem like something that happens in your practice?

Family Law Tip of the Week: E-Filing Deadlines and NEW Odyssey Cheat Sheet
Posted on: Feb 7, 2018

A direct quote from one of my colleagues: “e-filing may seem instantaneous to you, but it is not to us. If you submit something on the day before a hearing or the day of, we will likely not have it because it still must go through the clerk and our staff."

Bill Watch, Feb. 6, 2018: Current Family Law Legislation of Note
Posted on: Feb 6, 2018

The IndyBar Legislative Committee is currently monitoring the following family law related legislation.

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