Blast From The Past: In Camera Interview of Children in Divorce Court

Blast From The Past: In Camera Interview of Children in Divorce Court

Here is a good article by Attorney Anne Shale from 2008. Nothing has really changed in 10 years about this interview process for the Court to obtain insights about the child’s wishes in a contested custody or parenting time case. All this is geared towards figuring the “best interest” of the child.

Blast From The Past: The Role and Functions of a Guardian ad Litem in the State of Ohio

Blast From The Past: The Role and Functions of a Guardian ad Litem in the State of Ohio

What is the role of a Guardian ad Litem In the state of Ohio? Over the years this GAL post has received a lot of interest. Confusion is commonplace for parents about the purpose of a Guardian ad Litem and how the process works.

Blast From The Past: Divorce: Relocation Issues in Ohio

Blast From The Past: Divorce: Relocation Issues in Ohio

Here is another BLAST FROM THE PAST written by Attorney Anne Shale and published on January 21, 2008. Are you divorced and looking to relocate? We look at a listing of some “reasonable” rationale for relocation of one’s person and minor children.

GAL: Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Required to Obtain a Release of Information From the Parties Involved?

GAL: Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Required to Obtain a Release of Information From the Parties Involved?

In Ohio, a guardian ad litem (GAL), is appointed by the court to assist a domestic or juvenile court in determining what is in a minor child’s best interest. But should A GAL be required to obtain a release of information?

GAL: Proving Your Guardian Ad Litem Is Conducting a Superficial Investigation

Crucial Steps Counsel Can Take To Challenge Investigation Findings From An Incompetent GAL (Guardian Ad Litem) A month or so ago I took a trip out to Lake Tahoe for one of my college buddy’s bachelor party.  Let me tell

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