Indiana Code Title 31. Family Law and Juvenile Law

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  • Article 1. Domestic Relations Generally
  • Article 1.5. Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
  • Article 2. Duties of Support
  • Article 3. Adoption
  • Article 4. Children Born Out of Wedlock
  • Article 5. Juvenile Law
  • Article 5.5. Child Abuse
  • Article 6. Juvenile Law
  • Article 7. Marriage
  • Article 8. Human Reproduction
  • Article 9. Definitions
  • Article 10. General Provisions
  • Article 11. Family Law:  Marriage
  • Article 12. Family Law:  Domestic Relations Courts
  • Article 13. Family Law:  Parent-Child Relationship
  • Article 14. Family Law:  Establishment of Paternity
  • Article 15. Family Law:  Dissolution of Marriage and Legal Separation
  • Article 16. Family Law:  Support of Children and Other Dependents
  • Article 17. Family Law:  Custody and Visitation Rights
  • Article 18. Family Law:  Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
  • Article 18.5. Family Law:  Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
  • Article 19. Family Law:  Adoption
  • Article 20. Family Law: Human Reproduction
  • Article 21. Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act
  • Article 25. Child Services:  Administration FN1
  • Article 26. Child Services:  Programs
  • Article 27. Child Services:  Regulation of Residential Child Care
  • Article 28. Child Services:  Foster Care and Placement of Children
  • Article 30. Juvenile Law: Juvenile Court Jurisdiction
  • Article 30.5. Juvenile Law:  Preliminary Proceedings
  • Article 31. Juvenile Law: Juvenile Court Administration
  • Article 32. Juvenile Law: Juvenile Court Procedures
  • Article 33. Juvenile Law: Reporting and Investigation of Child Abuse and Neglect
  • Article 34. Juvenile Law: Children in Need of Services
  • Article 35. Juvenile Law:  Termination of Parent-Child Relationship
  • Article 36. Juvenile Law: Missing Children
  • Article 37. Juvenile Law:  Delinquency
  • Article 38. Juvenile Law:  Local Coordinating Committees
  • Article 39. Juvenile Law:  Juvenile Records
  • Article 40. Juvenile Law:  Funding
  • Article 41. Dual Status

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