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    Don’t Throw Away Your Parenting Plan in the Pandemic

    Some Ohio parents have enough trouble getting their child’s other parent to follow a parenting plan during ordinary times. When…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    Making Educational Decisions for Your Child

    Governor DeWine recently announced his intention to open schools for the fall, even though there is some evidence that COVID-19…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    Tips for Dealing with Child Custody Disputes in Ohio

    The issue of child custody tends to draw the highest emotions during divorce proceedings, and those emotions don’t stop when…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    AMA Supports Kids Being Allowed to Override Parents’ Immunization Refusal

    The American Medical Association (AMA) voted recently to support state efforts designed to weaken parents’ rights to make healthcare decisions…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • An explanation Ohio's “Best Interest of the Child” Standard

    “Change in Circumstances” in Ohio Child Custody and Child Support Cases

    Family law cases like divorce cases and child custody/child support disputes are distinct from other types of lawsuits like personal…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    Does My Ex-Spouse Need to Know That I Plan to Move Under Ohio Law?

    If you and your ex-partner have children in common, you and that other person will likely be co-parenting that child…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • An explanation Ohio's “Best Interest of the Child” Standard

    Why You Need a Lawyer for Your Columbus, Ohio Child Custody Case

    When a marriage erodes, and parents can no longer live together as spouses, the children can get caught in between…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    Can You Change an Ohio Custody Agreement Outside of Court?

    Changing an Ohio Custody Agreement Outside of Court Courts in the state of Ohio work diligently to ensure that custody…

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    Death of a Custodial Parent in Ohio and Ohio Law

    If tragedy strikes and the primary parent in a custody agreement dies, who will have custody of the children? In…

    by Shannon Dawes
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    Considering Pets in an Ohio Divorce

    Divorces involve many heated issues, one of which might be who will keep the family pet. How are pets taken…

    by Shannon Dawes