Divorce rates have gone down in the past ten years, not only in Ohio but across the country. The Census Bureau released data about a year ago and not only has the divorce rate declined but so have marriages. It seems that many people are waiting longer to get married […]
Grandparents must file with the court (usually the Court of Common Pleas) to get grandparents visitation rights. In three instances, grandparent’s legal rights are statutorily protected in Ohio: (See Ohio Revised Code (ORC) 3109.051, 3109.11, and 3109.12.) When married parents separate, terminate, or annul their marriage, or when there is
Going to a divorce lawyer’s office for the first time can be a very difficult experience. Your canton divorce lawyer will try to help you get through this difficult time, but, at the same time, lawyers can only help you if they have all of the information that they need.
Child custody determinations generally have to be reviewed by the courts in Ohio and sometimes require the investigation of a Guardian Ad-L item. The domestic courts in Ohio typically take testimony from both parents and their attorneys and sometimes interview the child, using an “In-Camera Interview” if they possess the