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Child Custody Archives

Bitter child custody battle between Keshia Knight Pulliam and ex

When Ohio parents separate, there may be several battles when it comes to the division of assets, financial support and custodial care of the children. Child custody battles can be brutal on everyone, especially when the best interests of the children are not kept as the main focus. Keshia Knight Pulliam is fighting to maintain control of her daughter in a child custody war with her ex-husband.

Paula Patton and Robin Thicke in embittered child custody battle

Many Ohio residents have probably noticed Robin Thicke and his ex-wife Paula Patton have been headliners in the news for several years now. After their divorce was announced in 2014, a child custody battle ensued between the two. The latest child custody skirmish has Ms. Patton once again filing court papers, accusing her ex of altering a court order that spells out visitation terms for their son.

Mother fights state in child custody battle

Most Ohio parents will do just about anything to help their children when they are hurting. One mother desperately wanted to help her 3-year-old daughter and is now fighting a child custody battle against the state for both of her children. Her most recent child custody hearing was distressing, as the judge ruled that the children should stay with her ex-husband.

Sustaining a beneficial child custody order after divorce

The younger members of an Ohio family endure significant adjustments when their two parents divorce. Every parent wants to protect his or her children, and one of the best ways to do this during this time of transition is to work on a beneficial and practical child custody plan. For many families, there is great benefit in co-parenting.

Can you move with your kids after divorce?

Opportunity may knock in another city, but if you're the custodial parent, you can't just pick up and move. Custody arrangements are put in place to ensure that the children have the opportunity to develop a relationship with each parent. The non-custodial parent does have a say in whether you can move, but the courts are here to help.

Avoiding unnecessary child custody litigation

When facing divorce, Ohio parents may feel overwhelmed by the thought of a costly and stressful court battle. Fortunately, it is possible for some parents to avoid litigation by working through matters with the best interests of the children in mind and with the help of an experienced legal professional. During this process, it is important to make child custody decisions with a strong future in mind, instead of temporary emotions.

The changing approach to child custody

During a divorce, Ohio parents are concerned with protecting the best interests of their children. One of the most effective ways to do this is to ensure that a child custody agreement is sustainable and benefits all minor children, no matter the emotions and issues that exist between the parents. For many families, this means maximizing time spent with both parents, not just the mom.

Child custody: Intervention is possible for parental alienation

On occasion, some divorced parents in Ohio and elsewhere seek to alienate their children from the other parent. This can occur with teenage children who are easily influenced and susceptible to coaxing by a vindictive parent. These parents sometimes convince themselves that they are not violating child custody orders, but only allowing the children to choose whether they want to see the other parent.

Exercising parental rights in Ohio child custody proceedings

Ohio parents who divorce typically remain united in their desire to do what is best for their children. However, child custody issues often create challenges for parents who must negotiate and compromise in order to develop an appropriate plan for their children's continued care and upbringing. When communication barriers exist, a parent may need guidance to determine how best to exercise his or her rights when seeking resolutions to custody-related problems.

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