False allegations of physical and sexual abuse of children are frequently made to gain an advantage in a custody battle or to deny a parent time with the children. Our resources include a 2002 paper written by Columbus attorney and Ohio State Bar Association Certified Family Law Specialist Douglas Dougherty outlining current Ohio law on this issue. See More….
Parenting Time Interference
Interference with parenting time (visitation) can be difficult to deal with, especially if you let it become a pattern. Interference should be addressed promptly. See More….
Getting School Records
Many nonresidential parents have difficulty getting their children's school records. Fortunately, both federal and state laws are on their side. If you've had difficulties getting report cards, counseling reports or any other school records for your children, find out how to solve this problem. See More….
Short breakdown of what is being looked at during this process See More….
Custody Terms Explained
An explanation of legal terminology of various custody arrangements. See More….
Factors to Consider
An explanation what to think about when doing custody arrangements. See More….
Passports and Foreign Travel
An explanation of what to know about passports See More….
What are grandparent or third party visitation rights? See More….
The Rights of the Never Married
What rights do never married fathers have and what must they do to gain them. See More….
The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
The Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act is a compact between states that controls how jurisdiction is determined in cases that cross states lines. See More….
False Positives in Drug Testing
Drug testing has become more prevalent as accusations of drug use have also come more prevalent. Certain non-prescription drugs will create a false positive. Know what they are. See More….
Recording Phone Conversations
State by state breakdown of phone conversation recording laws See More….
Managing You Attorney
Helpful information on dealing with your attorney. See More….
Managing Your Case
Tips that will prevent the problems that many have as their case moves forward. See More….
Ohio Putative Father Registry
Who is a putative father?
A putative father is a male who may be a child's father, but who:
Is not married to the child's mother on or before the date that the child is born; or
Has not established paternity of the child in a court or administrative agency proceeding in this or another state before the date the child is to be adopted; or
Has not completed an acknowledgment of paternity affidavit before the filing of an adoption petition for the child. See More….
Menacing by Stalking/Harassment
Stalking and the harassment of another is a very serious matter. This can be an attempt to intimidate or bully someone or it can be viewed as an act of domestic violence. This is unhealthy behavior by the person that is perpetrating it and very unhealthy and disruptive for the people on the receiving end. See More….
10 steps to a Money-Smart Divorce
No matter how intense your emotions, it's important to remember that ending a marriage is in fact a business deal. Here are moves to make sure you don't get taken. See More…
Standard Domestic Relations and Juvenile forms for Ohio
The Ohio Supreme Court has standardized the forms for many procedures throughout the Ohio courts. They may not always do what you need but in many cases they can be of assistance. See More…. See More….
We recommend and use Google Scholar for case law searches. These can be customized by state and by key words. See More….
Ohio Revised Code - It is very helpful to read the actual law that is involved with your case. The two primary chapters are linked below.
Ohio Revised Code - Chapter 31 See More…. See More….
Ohio Revised Code - Chapter 21 See More…. See More….
Ohio Revised Code - Chapter 3119: Calculation of Child Support Obligation - Health Insurance Coverage See More….
Chapter 3121 - Collection and Disbursement of Child Support See More….
Chapter 3123 Defaults Under Child Support Orders See More….
Chapter 3125 Title IV-D Child Support Cases See More….
Rules - If you do not know the rules of the game, you are already in a hole.
Rules of Civil Procedure See More….
Local County Rules See More….
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