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Public policy regarding establishment of paternity
Sec. 1. The general assembly favors the public policy of establishing paternity under this article of a child born out of wedlock.
[Pre-1997 Recodification Citation: 31-6-6.1-1.5.]
As added by P.L.1-1997, SEC.6.
Legalization of certain paternity and related orders
Sec. 2. A determination of paternity or related order that:
(1) was issued before May 1, 1989;
(2) was issued five (5) or more months after the father’s death; and
(A) during the father’s lifetime; or
(B) within five (5) months after the father’s death;
is legalized and validated to the same extent as if the determination of paternity or related order had been issued during the father’s lifetime or within five (5) months after the father’s death.
As added by P.L.220-2011, SEC.494.
Chapter 1.5. Security to Secure Child Support, Custody, and Parenting Time Rights
31-14-1.5-3Forfeiture; use of proceeds
31-14-1.5-4Forfeiture; excess proceeds
Sec. 1. A bond required under this article to secure the obligation of child support, enforcement of a custody order, or enforcement of a parenting time order must:
(1) be in writing; and
(2) be secured by:
(A) at least one (1) resident freehold surety; or
(B) a commercial insurance company.
As added by P.L.171-2001, SEC.1. Amended by P.L.68-2005, SEC.11.
*See complete Indiana Code for all statutes. This is a partial listing only.