Custody Issues: Finding a “Qualified” Therapist

Tips On How To Select The Right Therapist In Serious Custody Cases I have been asked repeatedly what is meant by “qualified” when selecting a therapist to deal with issues related to contentious custody situations.  Too often much valuable time

Visitation Law in Ohio: Custody and Non-Parental

Supreme Court Custody Case Update: Visitation by a Non-Parent The Law Regarding Non-Parent Visitation One of the most contentious issues that may arise in custody litigation is whether a non-parent has the right to exercise visitation with a particular child.

International Custody: A Hague Convention Case Dispute

Supreme Court Renders Decision in International Custody Case, Chafin v. Chafin The international custody case of Chafin v. Chafin was previously discussed in our Ohio Family Law Blog article of October 6, 2012. (“Child Custody Dispute to be Decided By

Guardian Ad Litem: The Difference Between Winning And Losing

What To Do When The Guardian Ad Litem Is Not Doing A Thorough Job Those that have been involved in custody litigation are probably aware of the important role that a Guardian ad Litem (GAL) can play in the outcome.

Safe Havens Law In Ohio Protects Parents

But Are Some Mothers And Fathers Still Subject To Criminal Prosecution Under The Safe Havens Law In Ohio? Early last month, there were a few news stories focusing on what is often referred to as Ohio’s Safe Havens law.  For

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