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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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Relocation

Especially in these hard economic times, parents often are forced to relocate due to employment opportunities. However when the geographical distance between two parents is great, the relationship between the non custodial parent and the child often suffers. While neither parent may have the intent to force the other out of the child’s life, the reality is that money and scheduling often lead to the non custodial parent becoming a nonentity for the child. Whether you are the custodial or non custodial parent, Rhame & Elwood can help you navigate through the new Relocation notice requirements, and assist you in presenting a case to the Court which will stress the benefit your relationship with your child has had, and the necessity of maintaining that relationship for the well being of the child.

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