How long do you have to be married to get pension in Indiana?
If your marriage lasted at least 10 years, you are eligible to receive benefits based on your ex-spouse’s record as long as your ex-spouse is entitled to Social Security and you meet the required qualifications.
What happens to a pension when you divorce?
If a pension is divided between divorcing spouses, it must generally be done at the time of divorce when other marital assets are divided. The court order or court approved property settlement that provides for a pension plan to make payments to a former spouse is called a domestic relations order.
Is Indiana an equitable distribution state?
Indiana is referred to as an “equitable distribution” state. Since Indiana is an “Equitable Distribution” state, all marital property will be divided in an equitable fashion according to the court unless agreed to otherwise by the divorcing spouses.
How long does spousal support last in Indiana?
Does child support stop automatically in Indiana?
Several times per week, I often get the question, “When does child support stop in Indiana ?” Generally, the duty to pay child support in Indiana ends when the child reaches nineteen (19) years of age. This is assuming the child is capable of supporting him or herself, and that the child has no special needs.
At what age can a child refuse visitation in Indiana?
When can my child decide which parent to live with? Until your child reaches the age of 18, the court will make a determination as to custody. However, at age 14, consideration is given to the child’s wishes by the court when making this determination.
Which parent fills out fafsa if divorced?
If your parents are divorced, separated, or were never married and DON’T live together, you fill out the FAFSA based on your custodial parent. That’s the parent you physically live with more than the other. Note that having “legal custody” does not automatically equal custodial-parent status.
How should divorced parents split college costs?
If a student’s parents are divorced, both the custodial parent and the noncustodial parent are eligible to borrow from the Parent PLUS loan program, provided that the combined loan amounts do not exceed the cost-of-attendance minus other aid received.