More and more often Ohio residents hear of grandparents fighting for child custody of their grandchildren. A number of those cases are due to one or both parents serving jail time for some type of crime, absence because of illegal drug use, or they simply cannot commit to being the parents they need to be. One woman is fighting for child custody of her 3-year-old grandson after her daughter was brutally murdered.
Ohio parents who are no longer together have to come to some type of child custody agreement when they decide to divorce. Sometimes they may need the assistance of a third party and sometimes they can agree on a schedule on their own. Robin Thicke and his ex, Paula Patton have finally found a child custody arrangement that works, not only for them but for their son, as well.
An Ohio judge has many considerations when deciding upon the most appropriate course of action in a child custody case. The most important factor, however, is what is best for the child involved. A recent child custody case entails a man claiming to be the father of an abandoned baby.
Before their first child is born, most Ohio parents wonder if they have what it takes to raise their children to be productive members of society. However, those insecurities usually have nothing to do with how intellectually gifted they may or may not be, nor would they ever dream they would be fighting a child custody battle over that issue. The ruling of one state has left a couple struggling in their fight to win a child custody war.
More often than not, when a separation between two parents is nasty, the child custody battle will be, as well. The angry, spiteful feelings may cause each parent to use the children as a weapon against the other. It seems Ohio residents know more about these kinds of wars that happen between celebrities, as they inundate every type of social media. Surprisingly, the child custody decisions between Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna seems to be completely opposite of their very bitter separation.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.