During a divorce in Indiana, spouses have the option of negotiating an agreement to divide marital property. If they cannot agree on a solution, the court will divide marital property based on the principles of equitable distribution.
Equitable distribution does not necessarily mean that the property will be divided in half between two spouses. Instead, the court will consider child custody arrangements and each spouse’s financial situation, ability to earn income, and conduct during the marriage when dividing property.
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