Opinions Jan. 6, 2023

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Court of Appeals of Indiana
Kory Easterday v. Amber (Easterday) Everhart

Domestic relations with children. Reverses in part the Jackson Superior Court’s decision to modify the legal custody of Ka.E., the child of father Kory Easterday and mother Amber Everhart. Finds Easterday demonstrated prima facie error. Also finds the trial court erred when it based the modification of legal custody solely on religion. Finally, finds the portion of the trial court’s order totally prohibiting Easterday from discussing religion with Ka.E. violates his First Amendment right to free speech.

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