Should Ohio Social Workers Be Looking Over Their Shoulders?

Attorney Shawn Hooks looks at the federal cases referenced in last week’s blog post by Daniel Pollack, in which he discusses the issue of legal immunity for children services social workers, who lie.

Is There Legal Immunity for Social Workers Who Lie?

Ohio Family Law Blog Contributor Daniel Pollack, professor at Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Yeshiva University in New York City asks if there is legal immunity for social workers who lie in a child custody case.

The Legal Distinctions Between “Sole Custody” vs “Shared Parenting”

Family LawAttorney Anne Sjhale looks at the the legal distinctions between “Sole Custody” versus “Shared Parenting”.

International Custody Cases In Federal Court Are Complex

Attorney Shawn Hooks shares his thoughts on a recent internataioal custody case originating from Dayton, Ohio that eventually evolves into a full federal ruling from the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and warns of the consequences of not using the proper legal representation.

Ohio Domestic Violence Proceedings – The Survey Says . . .

Attorney Shawn Hooks writes a follow-up to his Domestic Violence article including what people should know when filing a petition in Violence proceedings.

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