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?
Dissolution In Ohio: The Conciliation Process in Warren and Montgomery County Explained. How A Dissolution Can End Up In Mediation This was a novel question that was recently asked me by a client a week or so before their scheduled
Ohio Supreme Court Translates Domestic Relations and Juvenile Standardized Forms into Spanish, Russian, French, Chinese, and Arabic For Public Download Over the years, the U.S. Department of Justice has fashioned several consent decrees with several states and has negotiated with
Property Division in Ohio Can Be Complicated In Marriage Breakup – Hire A Experienced Divorce Lawyer Early Depending upon the issues in a marriage breakup, dividing assets and debts is usually a preliminary topic of conversation. This can be a
What Are The Basic Types And Goals Of Supervised Visitation? Supervised child visitation can be indicated in cases involving custody; shared parenting; grandparent custody or visitation; divorce; legal separation; post-decree matters; emergency custody situations; abuse/neglect/dependency cases; concerns about parental abduction;