Indiana Family Law

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Indiana Family Laws and Rules, 2010-2011 ed.
Indiana Family Laws and Rules, 2010-2011 ed.
This pamphlet provides family laws and rules in one source. Statutes are current through the 2010 Regular Session of the Indiana General Assembly and rules are current through August 15, 2010. It includes the complete text of Indiana Code title 31 (Family Law), plus relevant articles from other Indiana Code titles relating to family law, including provisions covering children s and family protection services, fiduciaries, trusts, property, and criminal offenses against children and the family. It also contains Child Support Rules and Guidelines with commentary, Parenting Time Guidelines with commentary, Administrative Rules on Juveniles, and a user-friendly subject index.

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H. J. Upthegrove, Manufacturer of Shooting, Fishing, Ranchmen and Business Suits, Valparaiso, Indiana, 1892 - Postal Cover
H. J. Upthegrove, Manufacturer of Shooting, Fishing, Ranchmen and Business Suits, Valparaiso, Indiana, 1892 - Postal Cover
Postal Date: June 16, 1892, Valparaiso, Indiana Scott Catalog Number of Postal Card: UX9 Collection: Steven R. Shook SENDER: H. J. Upthegrove Valparaiso, Indiana RECIPIENT: Amory R. Starr Marshall, Texas LETTER TEXT: Valparaiso, Ind., June 16 1892 Mr. Amory R. Starr Dear Sir: We ship coats to you by express today. We shall be pleased to hear from you on receipt of the same. Yours, with thanks, H. J. Upthegrove REMARK: Amory R. Starr was a prominent Texas politician and a leading member of the Ku Klux Klan. Amory Reily Starr (1847-1906), lawyer, soldier, and politician, the son of Harriet (Johnson) and James Harper Starr, was born on August 24, 1847, in Nacogdoches, Texas. He attended Nacogdoches University, which offered courses from the elementary grades to college level. During the first years of the Civil War he ran away from home four times to join the Confederate Army and finally on July 4, 1864, was allowed to serve as a private and scout in Company H of Col. William P. Hardeman’s Fourth Texas Cavalry. After the war he again attended Nacogdoches University and then the University of Virginia, where he received a law degree. After returning to Nacogdoches he and his friend Peyton Forbes Edwards were in law partnership for a brief period before 1873, when Starr assumed control of the James H. Starr and Son land agency, which had belonged to his father and brother, James Franklin Starr; the Starr family had moved to Marshall in 1870. During Reconstruction Starr joined the Knights of the White Camellia. Because of the group’s antiblack activities in Harrison County, officers of the federal government placed Starr and other members in the stockade at Jefferson, but none of the group would testify against the others, and the charges against them were dropped. Starr was one of the organizers of the Citizens party, which restored white Democrats to control in Harrison County in the 1878 election. He preferred acting as a party official and leader in local politics to seeking election to state or national office; he stated in 1882 that he would “rather be chairman of a white league, Capt of a rifle club or Mayor of Marshall. We make congressmen.” He served as a member of the state Democratic executive committee, was elected mayor of Marshall, and was appointed a regent of the University of Texas in 1893 by Governor James Stephen "Big Jim" Hogg. Starr died in Marshall on December 15, 1906, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery there. [Source: Handbook of Texas Online]
157/365 - FAMILY TREE
157/365 - FAMILY TREE
Day 157 of the 365 Journey. WHEW!!! Today FINALLY came! So the whole family has been holding this huge secret for the last two months or so! My brother and sister in law currently live out in Indiana. A few months ago, when my mom was diagnosed with breast cancer, my brother made arrangements to fly out here for the week for her bday. We’re such a close family, it’s been hard NOT to talk about Josh coming out. On soooo many occasions, during different conversations, the words,” when josh comes out in July” were almost muttered way to many times by WAY TO MANY people; myself included! So today was the day. We’re at Denny’s (his favorite place) looking at our menus, Mom’s expression changes from the happy go lucky laughing she had to the dazed and confused look. It was that same look the puppies (dogs) have on their faces when they hear you make a weird noise or sound. You know the one. When their heads tilt to one side……and then the other; their eyebrows scrunching…lol. I swear that’s what she did! It was funny. You could tell that she was thinking this guy walking towards her looked like her son. The confused look came into play when logic set in; rationalizing the fact that he was clear across the country in Indiana. As he came closer it was quickly realized that this look alike ACTUALLY was her son! She burst into tears screaming (quietly). She’s hugging him, he’s hugging her, meanwhile the rest of the table is swelling up in tears; joining in with the water works. Talk about a BDAY surprise! After lunch we came back to the house to hang out for bit and relax. I figured if we’re all just hanging out, we might as welllllllll……all be part of todays 365 right?! I love my family! Order of appearance: ME, Candice, Mom, Josh, Suzanne; BUNCH of other family members missing…..literally hundreds! Strobist: Shutter Speed 1/160 Aperture 3.5 ISO 100 Lens – Tamron 28-70 2.8 Focal Length –37mm White Bal – Auto 580exII at 1/16 power with 45’’ shoot thru umbrella approx 3ft directly above subjects Flashpoint Monolight 1220 at 1/8 power with 45’’ shoot thru umbrella approx 4 ft camera left aimed at 45 degrees toward subject. Flashpoint Monolight 1820 at 1/8 power with 45’’ shoot thru umbrella approx 4 ft camera right aimed at 45 degrees toward subject.

indiana family law
indiana family law
The Hostage Child: Sex Abuse Allegations in Custody Disputes
"This cogently-argued book is a timely contribution to the general literature on child sexual abuse." -- British Journal of Social Work
"[The authors] have gathered information on 206 cases and focus on five representative examples that illustrate what they see as an increasing anti-mother bias in the courts. These five cases of the failure to safeguard children are... effective... Whatever may have happened in the past, the authors make a well-researched, convincing... case that the pendulum has now swung the other way. Now many lawyers, child advocates, psychologists and judges accept a 'crazy mother' or 'vindictive ex-' syndrome, thus allowing real perpetrators to continue abuse with no supervision.... In these cases, judges acquiesce to a paternalistic myth of the American family and in so doing, ignore the reality of American children." -- Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"A needed assessment of a terrible problem." -- Booklist
"... provocative... " -- Library Journal
"Recommended." -- Choice
"Without anger, or hysteria, Rosen and Etlin document the interlocking, complex ways in which our antiquated system fails incested children and those who struggle to protect them. Just as important, they propose an innovative solution. This is 'must' reading for anyone interested in the problem of child sexual abuse." -- Elizabeth Morgan, M.D., Ph.D.
It is comfortable to believe that incest and child sexual abuse need not concern us because we have institutions set up to deal with these problems. This book disallows that comfort and shows that the system has failed, and worse -- that it has generated a dangerous atmosphere of denial and cover-up. While Rosen and Etlin expose a system whose breakdown is shocking and fundamental, at the same time they present a proposal for relief for the children who are now trapped -- like hostages -- in this social war.