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The Law Office of Rhame & Elwood primarily practices in Porter County, Lake County and LaPorte County, Indiana. Rhame & Elwood provides legal services in multiple areas of the law including: Criminal Representation, Family Law, Personal Injury, Real Estate, Wills, Trusts and Estates, Mediation and Municipal Law

Rhame & Elwood has provided these legal services for over 32 years. Over that time, Rhame & Elwood has built and strives to continue to build a solid reputation for top quality legal representation and advice.

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Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines

The Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines are available through the rhameandelwood.com home page by clicking on the Parenting Time line.

Here is a brief summary of the standard parenting time ordered in Porter County, Indiana which reflects the minimum recommended time a parent should have to maintain frequent, meaningful, and continuing contact with a child.

For children 3 years of age and older, the non-custodial parent should have parenting time on alternating weekends from Friday at 6:00 p.m. until Sunday at 6:00 p.m., and on evening per week for up to 4 hours. Generally, the non-custodial parent will also exercise parenting time for half of the summer vacation. Intricate rules apply regarding notice and timing of summer parenting time, but Rhame & Elwood can help you navigate those fine points. The Parenting Time Guidelines also set forth the specific holidays that parents will spend with their child or children. Again, use the link at rhameandelwood.com to view the holiday schedule.

Remember, though, that each court order regarding parenting time may vary based on the facts and circumstances in each particular case.

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