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.
Previously my colleague, Anne Shale, posted a very informative article laying out the legal distinctions between sole legal custody and shared parenting in Ohio. Even though it was posted 3 years ago, the information is still correct. Nonetheless, I think it would be helpful to expand, clarify and shoot down several shared parenting myths.
Blast From The Past: A large body of research overwhelmingly suggests children do best when they have both a mother and a father involved in their lives. Perseverance may no doubt be required, but Dads need to press on to be as involved as much as they can with their children
Most intact families have established holiday traditions for their family. After a divorce, this may all change. The courts generally have established standard orders for parenting time that many people have adopted. Each varies county by county. However, those orders
Father-Child Relationship is Strengthened by Equal Overnight Time. Parents Have Better Relationships With Their Children Under Equal Overnight Time Couples with children who end up divorcing know that parenting time is often a source of contention. Historically, mothers were often