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Popular online guidelines made user-friendly

IL Staff
January 1, 2008
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The parenting time and child support guidelines on the Indiana Supreme Court's Web site just got a little friendlier to use. The guidelines have been reformatted to allow easier printing.

The Supreme Court received feedback about the challenges the public, courts, and clerks' offices were having in printing and making copies of the guidelines because they were lengthy. The number of pages for the parenting time guidelines has been reduced from 27 to 15 pages; the child support guidelines shrank from 37 to 25 pages. No information was removed from the documents.

Later this summer, the Division of State Court Administration plans to provide hard copies of the parenting time guidelines to local courts and clerks that request them.

The parenting time and child support guidelines are often the most-viewed rules on the Supreme Court's Web site. They provide information about how both custodial and non-custodial parents can successfully provide their children the support they need.
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