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Lynda Leblanc
State of Practice: Indiana
Member Since: 12/8/2011
Last Answer: 05/28/2013

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Attorney Lynda LeBlanc represented clients in various family law, probate and general civil law matters. In 2010, Attorney LeBlanc joined the Law Offices of Julie R. Glade, RN, JD as an Associate Attorney. Attorney Lynda LeBlanc graduated from the Michigan State University College of Law in 2007 with a Concentration in Family Law. While at MSU College of Law, Attorney LeBlanc was one of the first members of the school's Alternative Dispute Resolution Society and later became the President of the Society. After passing the Indiana Bar in 2007, Attorney LeBlanc joined the law firm of Cohen, Kelly, Olson, DeHaan & Richter, LLC as an Associate Attorney. In her spare time, Attorney Lynda LeBlanc enjoys spending time with her husband Matt, her son Michael and their two dogs Kayle and Bella. Attorney Lynda LeBlanc graduated from Saint Mary's College in Notre Dame, Indiana in 2004 with a BBA with a concentration in accounting and a minor in mathematics.

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State of Practice: Indiana
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Answer: The court assumes a 50/50 split of all assets and debts is equitable. The portion of the 401(k) earned during the marri ...read more
Answer: Only the dad has a right to parenting time. He needs to petition for time with his son and then the boys can spend time ...read more
Answer: Call a local attorney, as the answers to your questions vary from judge to judge. Your boyfriend should sign the paterni ...read more
Answer: Seek help from a domestic violence shelter. They can help you get out of the house and help you get an attorney to do th ...read more
Answer: The court can force him to go through with short sale, file a Rule to Show Cause. As for the the QDRO if the decree doe ...read more
Answer: Make police reports to document, and file a rule to show cause and request contempt sanctions. His attorney should do t ...read more
Answer: A parent cannot terminate another parent's parental rights in the State of Indiana. A parent's rights can only be termin ...read more
Answer: The alleged father has a right to a paternity test under a paternity action filed with the court, but the sibling would ...read more
Answer: In Indiana child support must be paid until the child reaches the age of 19 or is otherwise emancipated by the court (up ...read more
Answer: You would have to run a child support worksheet to get that answer.
Answer: You need to petition the court for visitation and work slowly. A lot depends on who has jurisdiction of the case, is th ...read more
Answer: If he is high when he comes to pick them up, and there safety is in danger then yes you have good reason to deny him vis ...read more
Answer: Custody is decided on the best interest of the children. so there is no a yes or no answer to your question. However, a ...read more
Answer: I'm not sure what your reference to FL-130 is (it appears to be CA law). In Indiana, if you both sign and agreed order ...read more
Answer: Get an attorney, right away. If you're not dad then you shouldn't have to pay support. But if she wants you to be lega ...read more
Answer: Nothing starts out as separate property in Indiana. If it is truly for a disability award, then you may get to take it ...read more
Answer: The person with custody (I'm assuming dad) should file to modify parenting time, otherwise he could be held in contempt ...read more
Answer: Call the cops and go get your son. The order says you have custody, enforce it. And get an attorney as soon as possibl ...read more
Answer: Indiana is a no fault state. All the husband has to do is request a final hearing. The judge will divide the marital e ...read more
Answer: You are going to need to call around to local attorneys and see if you can get help through a Pro Bono Commission or leg ...read more
Answer: If you are unmarried, then the name decision is solely yours at the hospital. However, if a paternity action is initiat ...read more
Answer: Typically the police seek charges in statutory rape if the underage individual or the parents want to go forward with pr ...read more
Answer: 5 days would not be abandonment, especially when the child is with the Mother. What exactly are you trying to accomplis ...read more
Answer: Indiana is a no fault state. If you want a divorce, you get a divorce, no reason needed. However, if you have never co ...read more
Answer: Your boyfriend's mom can petition the court to be appointed your guardian. She will have to serve your mom and dad with ...read more
Answer: It is possible, but that is not enough to evaluate your case. Do you have a stable home with room for the kids? Do you ...read more
Answer: Only if the divorce decree says that you are entitled to a share of the proceeds. If she was awarded the house outright ...read more
Answer: The father does not have to pay support if his rights have been terminated. If grandma wants to adopt she may be eligib ...read more
Answer: Your divorce decree should have awarded you the house and gave you exclusive possession. If it does, then you need to f ...read more
Answer: Whether she had an abortion or a miscarriage will not effect anything in your divorce. Indiana is a no fault state. Yo ...read more
Answer: I suggest hiring an attorney with an accounting background. You will have to comb through the business accounts and sho ...read more
Answer: You cannot terminate the father's rights. If you are remarried, and dad has been out of the picture for at least a year ...read more
Answer: You need to file a Notice of Intent to Relocate with the Court and serve a copy on the father by certified mail.
Answer: Since bio-dad has been out of the picture for over a year, if he also has not been paying support you should be eligible ...read more
Answer: More information is needed to accurately answer your question, so I suggest you contact local counsel for a consultation ...read more
Answer: Honestly, you should have filed for a modification of custody, parenting time and child support when you first took the ...read more
Answer: You need to file a petition for custody in whatever court granted the maternal side temporary custody. You best chance ...read more
Answer: You cannot sign your rights away. The state can terminate parental rights through a CHINS case or through an adoption. ...read more
Answer: You need to petition for guardianship through the court. The school cannot grant the guardianship. If you serve mom an ...read more
Answer: Call your attorney that is subbing in and tell them to get on it.
Answer: The order of protection will say exactly what your husband is prohibited from doing. If it is an order of protection fo ...read more
Answer: The adoption statutes provide that the home study can be waived by the court if the petitioner (person adopting) is a st ...read more
Answer: Custody, child support and parenting time are always modifiable. Get documentation that her claims are a lie and present ...read more
Answer: You need to call a divorce attorney right away. If you want to have a right to get that money back you need to file for ...read more
Answer: To press charges you'll need to contact the local police and file a report. It depends on what type of medication it is ...read more
Answer: To accurately answer your question, and attorney would need to read all of the orders starting with the initial order on ...read more
Answer: If you are married and there is not a divorce pending and custody order in place, then you and your wife both have equal ...read more
Answer: Indiana is a community property state. That means everything owned and owed by the parties regardless of title and date ...read more
Answer: Your order should grant custody. If you are the residential or custodial parent or have physical custody, then he canno ...read more
Answer: This link is the the IN Parenting Time Guidelines. I think they will answer a lot of your questions. http://www.in.gov/ ...read more
Answer: You may be able to get a form affidavit online, Section 8 may have one that they prefer you to use. What you need to fil ...read more
Answer: Residency, not citizenship, is the requirement for Indiana to have jurisdiction. You may want to check with an attorney ...read more
Answer: You need to file as soon as possible. The 3 month will play in your favor. Unfortunetly, when you get divorced in Indi ...read more
Answer: Dad needs to file a petition with the court to change custody. A custody battle is not the place to ask forgiveness ins ...read more
Answer: You need to file for guardianship with the local juvenile or probate court. You will need to serve mom and dad and any ...read more
Answer: Custody is always modifiable with a change in circumstances. So yes she can lose custody, but it is not guaranteed. If ...read more
Answer: If you can't agree who should live in the house and pay the bills during the divorce, then you ask for provisional order ...read more
Answer: Your wife needs to file a Motice of Intent to Relocate with the Court and serve the dad by certified mail. This should ...read more
Answer: I'm surprised that the judge said she didn't have jurisdiction to decide custody. From the facts provided IN would be t ...read more
Answer: The price will depend based on the attorney you hire, and all factors involved. I charge hourly for guardianship matter ...read more
Answer: If this mans wants to be the legal father, then he needs to petition the court for paternity. The court will then order ...read more
Answer: Each divorce is specific to its own set of circumstances. You may have to pay spousal maintenance, property division pa ...read more
Answer: Indiana has a 60 day waiting period, which means that no final order can be entered by the court until the 61st day afte ...read more
Answer: Mothers do not get automatic custody. However, the is to make custody decisions based upon the best interests of the ch ...read more
Answer: You need to file for sole legal and physical custody of all three children. I would suggest getting an attorney, as cus ...read more
Answer: He cannot voluntarily relinquish his parental rights unless the Dept. of Child Services is involved, there is an open CH ...read more
Answer: Call an attorney. There is too much going on in your case for a simple answer. There are specific rules about relocatio ...read more
Answer: This is possible, and I have seen it happen once. You will need to call the Clerk's office for any county that you beli ...read more
Answer: Trying to hide or dispose of assets before filing is not exactly legal either. If you and your spouse agree to give the ...read more
Answer: You cannot file for abandonment in IN, however you appear to qualify for a step-parent adoption, without the dad's conse ...read more
Answer: You and the father need an agreed order to set child support to $0 per week. You will need to attach a child support wo ...read more
Answer: He would have to be able to prove that he can financially support himself and that he is mature enough to handle being o ...read more
Answer: Yes, you will need the father's permission to leave the country with your son. You should call the airline and ask what ...read more
Answer: If your license is in IN then you can still claim that as your home state if you are in NC for military duty. You want ...read more
Answer: You need to file with and you need him declared not the father, since he is legally there father if born during the marr ...read more
Answer: You need an attorney if they do file. But, their legal rights are limited as they are not parents and have not been rai ...read more
Answer: You can ask the court to set support, but not require you to pay it until the entire arrearage is off set.
Answer: Yes, custody and parenting time are separate issues, however, they both depend on the best interest of the child. A d ...read more
Answer: A name change is a fact based decision for a judge. Is the bio-dad in the picture? Will he consent to the name change? ...read more
Answer: He needs to file a petition with the guardianship court requesting that the guardianship be dismissed and the his child ...read more
Answer: You need to file for custody with the court, either to modify a current order or to establish paternity and for an origi ...read more
Answer: CPS will not determine custody of your son. However, CPS has the ability to remove your son from your care and place hi ...read more
Answer: You need to file an objection to relocation and request for modification of custody with the Court and request that it b ...read more
Answer: You would serve him the papers at the prison, just as you would send him mail at the prison. You can contact the prison ...read more
Answer: You can file a rule to show cause against him to force him to pay on his own, but if he really does not have the money ...read more
Answer: You file a Verified Petition to Establish Paternity and in the Petition you ask the court to make orders as to Custody, ...read more
Answer: The marital portion of the 401(k) will go into the "marital pot", this is the portion that was earned during the marriag ...read more
Answer: She needs to go to the hearing, and probably get an attorney. She should request a DNA test and when it comes back that ...read more
Answer: You would need to draft an agreed order that you both sign and file with the court in the divorce or paternity action. ...read more
Answer: Talk to a local attorney about step-parent adoption and do it right away. This is the only way you can terminate his ri ...read more
Answer: Indiana does not have alimony. In Indiana there are three types of spousal maintenance that are provided for under the ...read more
Answer: You must file a Notice of Intent to Relocate with the Court at least 90 days before you move and send a copy to the othe ...read more
Answer: The custodial parent will get child support based on the statutory factors. As for support and maintenance for your soo ...read more
Answer: You are entitled to a fair and equitable share of marital assets and debts. The courts presume that a 50/50 split is fa ...read more
Answer: Child support does not depend on whether or not the parents were married. A non-custodial parent will receive a credit ...read more
Answer: If he has threatened your life or safety, or physically harmed you in the past get to the nearest courthouse and file a ...read more
Answer: You would have to petition the court to change your son's name, and give the father notice of your petition and any hear ...read more
Answer: A joint bank account can be drained by either holder of the account. Each bank has their own rules about what is needed ...read more
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