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June 2018 Archives

Providing support for diverse family law needs

Although divorce is a relatively common legal occurrence in the courts of Ohio, our readers should be aware that each proceeding for the end of a marriage is unique. This is because every couple brings its own needs and expectations to the process, as well as the particular facts that made their marriage one-of-a-kind. For this reason, a divorce cannot be treated with a one-size-fits-all approach to representation. The parties should be recognized as individuals and provided with the support they need to address their distinct concerns.

Court rules kids need contact with both parents in celebrity case

This Ohio-based family law blog has discussed a number of topics related to child custody, paternity and the rights of parents to raise their kids in the wake of divorces and separations. Many of these topics turn on the important consideration of how children's needs and interests will be best served by the agreements and orders the courts approve for custody and support. Child custody agreements and orders can be changed, however, if circumstances warrant modifications for the benefit of the kids.

What is a medical power of attorney?

A medical power of attorney, also called a health care power of attorney, is a special estate planning document. Through it, a person grants their named agent with the power to make medical decisions for them if the creator of the medical power of attorney is not able to do so on their own. In cases in which an Ohio resident becomes incapacitated or unresponsive, their medical power of attorney can step in and provide medical personnel with answers to their treatment questions.

Child support and a parent's ability to pay

Recently a national news story may have reached the homes of Dublin residents that concerned a lawsuit between a man and his parents regarding his eviction from their home. The man is 30-years-old and had been living with his parents due to his allegedly impoverished financial situation. This individual is also a father and allegedly had been responsible for paying child support to his ex-partner on behalf of his 8-year-old son.

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