2003 Indiana Waiting Period Bill


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Senate Bill 0056
2003 Regular Session

Waiting period for divorce. Increases the waiting period before which a
final hearing in a dissolution of marriage may be conducted if there are
children of the marriage less than 17 years of age or if an objection to the
dissolution is filed by either party. Retains 60 days as the waiting period
before a final hearing in a dissolution of marriage upon a showing of
domestic violence against a party or a party's child. (The introduced
version of this bill was prepared by the interim study committee on marriage
and family building initiatives.)

Currently in the Senate Judiciary Committee as of 3/10/03
Text http://www.in.gov/legislative/bills/2003/IN/IN0056.1.html
Status Report: http://www.in.gov/serv/lsa_billinfo?year=2003&request=getBill&docno=0056



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