Yes, we know Ohio courts recommend joint custody, that it’s better for the kids, that it gives both parents a chance to make a difference in their kids’ lives, et cetera.
Child custody and support orders are carefully worked out to meet the best needs of the children. But the court understands that life changes all the time. You may have lost your high-paying job or may be considering a relocation. These are only two common reasons why you may need a modification to your agreement.
The holidays are a busy time of year for everyone, with all of the travel, planning for guests and shopping. Unfortunately, it’s also a precursor to increased activity in divorce courts.
When you are going through a divorce, carefully evaluate what you put into writing. What you post on social media, write in an email or send in a text message may be used as evidence against you in family court. That being said, you can also admit written evidence against your spouse if they write something that supports your case. How do family courts use personal written content?
The start of a new school year means a new routine. Classes, homework and activities can create problems for a family's schedule, especially if you are co-parenting.