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September 2012 Archives

Same-sex custody battles may get even more complicated

Many legal issues have arisen as same-sex couples have gained the right to marry in some states. Some cite health insurance coverage complications, others look at probate and estate law issues, but one of the most complicated matters for same-sex couples in Ohio and elsewhere is the custody agreement.

Same-sex custody battles may get even more complicated

Many legal issues have arisen as same-sex couples have gained the right to marry in some states. Some cite health insurance coverage complications, others look at probate and estate law issues, but one of the most complicated matters for same-sex couples in Ohio and elsewhere is the custody agreement.

Study reveals prevalence of cohabitation in older individuals

According to a recent study by the National Center for Family and Marriage Research at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, older couples are just as likely to cohabit as they are to get married. Currently, a third of baby boomers are single -- this means that many of them have likely gone through a divorce.

Massive amount of child support awarded in Holmes-Cruise split

A recent visit to her hometown in Ohio allowed Katie Holmes to introduce her daughter Suri to some of her family members for the first time. The trip was one of the first that the mother-daughter duo took after Holmes' divorce from her former husband Tom Cruise. The split was expected to be a high-asset divorce, but a prenuptial agreement caused the divorce to end rapidly and amicably.

Fathers argue over son's move to another state

The worries of a homosexual man who shares legal custody of his adopted son with his former partner may be unfounded, according to the opposing attorney. The same-sex custody matter has left one father afraid that he will not be able to interact with his son as he once did because the father with residential custody has been granted permission to move out of state. This is a case that may shed light on interstate custody matters for those living in Ohio. The worried father believes that the state that his child is being moved to is hostile toward homosexuals and will not uphold the current custody status.

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