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Child Custody

Covering defamation in family legal cases

As shown in many high-profile celebrity cases, defamation results in expensive lawsuits and settlements. During a divorce or child custody case, defamation is the use of false statements that are presented as true. There are certain legal procedures used to challenge...

Can I change my child custody order for the holidays?

The holidays are approaching rapidly, leaving many co-parents longing for more time with their children. If you share custody of your kids with an ex-partner, you may be wondering whether you have the right to change your custody schedule for one or more holidays....

2 major issues in interstate child custody cases

Working out a child custody plan as part of your divorce can be complicated by the fact that you and your ex now live in different states. If you still live in Ohio, but your former spouse (and current co-parent) moved to Pennsylvania, New York or California, shared...

When drug use impacts a child custody case

Drug use is more common than ever in many circles, especially when it comes to the opioid epidemic. The unfortunate reality is that these highly addictive drugs trap people in a cycle of abuse. Many never set out wanting to use drugs in the first place, but they got...

Putting children first when you get divorced

Deciding to get a divorce is not just something that changes your life, or even your spouse’s life. As a parent, you know well that it is going to impact the kids. There is no way around that. This is something that is out of their control, but it still drastically...

Ohio child custody and visitation rulings vary

There is always room for improvement when it comes to family law litigation. This is especially true when it pertains to child custody. A recent article appearing in an Ohio newspaper highlights these concerns. This article speaks about how families receive different...