A sole custody parenting plan must be approved by the court and becomes a legally binding document that both parents are obligated to follow.
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A family law case involving intense emotions and intimate relationships can pose a number of challenges. If there is money involved, the situation may become even more complex. The relationship between financial concerns and family law cases is unfortunately often intertwined. Financial family law matters can be difficult to navigate without an experienced family lawyer […]
An experienced child custody lawyer should be consulted immediately if you are going through a divorce or are an unmarried mother who feels her parental rights are being threatened.
Annulment and divorce are two different forms of legal separation in the eyes of Ohio law. Many use the terms interchangeably without knowing they mean two different things. Some couples choose to separate for a time to determine whether or not they can work through their issues, and others choose to dissolve their marriage entirely.
Parental Alienation is used to describe a situation where a parent who has effectively coached their child into fearing, rejecting, and completely alienating the other parent.