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In Indiana, only a court with juvenile or probate jurisdiction can order the termination of the parent-child relationship. In a CHINS case, the parents can agree to the termination of their parental rights, or the court can order it even if the parents don't agree.
In order to get a termination of parental rights, the Office of Family and Children must prove one of the following by clear and convincing evidence: The child has been removed from the parent for at least six months under a dispositional decree.
Indiana parental rights allow a noncustodial parent the first opportunity to provide child care if the custodial parent is unable to provide care for the child for some reason, like work. However, if the noncustodial parent provides childcare he or she can't charge for the childcare.
In Indiana, a child's wishes regarding custody are not controlling until the child is at least 14 years old, to help minimize any undue influence from a parent.
In Indiana, the law requires that non-custodial parents moving out of state also file a notice with the court about the planned relocation if the move is more than 20 miles from the other parent's home AND requires a change in the child(ren)'s school.
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Indiana parental rights allow a noncustodial parent the first opportunity to provide child care if the custodial parent is unable to provide care for the child for some reason, like work. However, if the noncustodial parent provides childcare he or she can't charge for the childcare.
The \u201cstandard\u201d parenting time schedule under the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines is every other weekend, a mid-week visit, one-half of the holidays, and one-half of the summer, which is roughly 98 overnights per year.
This provides the non-custodial parent with parenting time totaling 98 overnights per year, which includes extended time in the summer, one night a week and alternating weekends. Holidays rotate between the parties based on odd and even calendar years.
The court can restrict or deny a noncustodial parent visitation grounds on the flowing grounds: If the parent has a history of molesting the child. If the court believes that the parent can kidnap the child. If the parent is likely to abuse drugs while taking care of the child.
Sometimes a parent may try to manipulate or persuade a young child to say certain things in an attempt to gain control of a custody proceeding. In Indiana, a child's wishes regarding custody are not controlling until the child is at least 14 years old, to help minimize any undue influence from a parent.

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