Blog Posts in 2015

  • Attorney Horvath's Acclaimed Family Law Article is Published

    || 12-Nov-2015

    At Hollingsworth & Zivitz, Attorneys at Law, we are always proud of our team’s successes and noteworthy achievements, as they both further their careers and better serve the people we represent. It is with much excitement, then, that we announce that Indianapolis Divorce Attorney Kristy Horvath of our firm has had one of her acclaimed family law articles – titled “Protecting ...
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  • Divorce and Your Insurance

    || 27-Oct-2015

    Your divorce is finalized and you are feeling a sense of relief and closure. Congratulations on getting through that difficult time in one piece; we know that it can be understandably trying for anyone. There might be some bad news up ahead, though – you could have more work to do, and it involves your insurance. Your insurance information tells people all over the world who you are. In some ...
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  • Divorce and Your Pension

    || 19-Oct-2015

    Marital assets – property earned while you are married – will be divided during a divorce. This is generally considered common knowledge, and most people imagine dividing ownership over homes, automobiles, furnishings, and so on. What does not cross too many peoples’ minds is how a divorce can divide pension accounts between spouses. Your first reaction might be one of disbelief. ...
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  • Divorce and Your Credit Score

    || 16-Oct-2015

    Right off the bat, people going through a divorce are going to start concerning themselves with asset division, child custody rights, and other frequently discussed topics. It makes sense to want to take care of the bigger pictures upfront. It is equally important, however, not to miss the smaller or less common topics, such as your credit score. Divorces do not directly affect credit scores or ...
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  • Hollingsworth & Zivitz attorney Tom Blessing was featured in a story on RTV6, The Indy Channel, discussing a case in which he represents a Wheatfield boy who suffered neglect and abuse at school. The case involves a 12-year-old boy diagnosed with disabilities including autism ADHD and anxiety disorder, and the lawsuit alleges that he was subjected to "cruel, gratuitous and sadistic acts ...
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  • In our special education practice, probably the most common diagnosis our clients have is autism. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is one of the few generally accepted and scientifically reviewed interventions for autism. Under an Indiana law, which is sometimes referred to as the "autism mandate," health insurance companies are generally prohibited from excluding (the statute ...
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  • 15-Year-Old Bullying Suicide Victim's Family Sues School

    || 14-Jan-2015

    Bullying in our schools has become a national epidemic. The cruelest place in the world is the playground and, with the explosion of social media, kids can't even find a safe haven at home. It happens every day and knows no geographic, demographic or socioeconomic boundaries. In some cases, the relentless name-calling, taunting, threats, ridicule and harassment turns physical—with ...
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