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How children’s choices affect Columbus child custody decisions

Family court judges consider a child's desires about living arrangements following the end of parental relationships. That's not to say a minor's wishes are the sole factor in determining child custody. Minors and judges may have very different opinions about what constitutes the best interests of a child.

Co-parenting pets after a Columbus divorce

We are a pet-loving society. Americans owned 83.3 million dogs and 95.6 million cats in 2012, according to The Humane Society and the American Pet Products Association. Ohio and other pet owners nationwide paid $50 billion dollars for pet products the same year.

Adoption bars Ohio grandparents from contact with grandsons

Grandparents sometimes worry decisions by their adult children, sons- or daughters-in-law or courts will excluded them from grandchildren's lives. According to the Ohio State Bar Association, a grandparent can seek visitation rights whether a grandchild's parents are separated, divorced or unmarried. Visitation petitions also may be filed if one of the child's parents dies.

Ohio alimony agreements balance spousal financial disparity

Changes in society influence the modification of laws. Although spousal support is not gender specific, ex-wives have been the traditional recipients of alimony following Columbus divorces. That's because women often were disadvantaged economically when a marriage ended.

Don’t let emotions rob your future during an Ohio divorce

Clear thinking can be elusive or downright impossible when a marriage ends. Emotions may cloud critical decisions made during divorce, from custody and support agreements to settlements about property division. It's hard to consider the future when today seems so complex and confusing.

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