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June 2014 Archives

Ohio fathers want shared parenting arrangements

At one point in time, if parents divorced in Columbus, a father was effectively out of his children's lives. Perhaps he would see them on the holidays or maybe he would get a weekend or two with his children, but the general assumption was that the children went with the mother following a divorce. Really, the only time that the father would have custody instead of the mother was if she was unfit to care for the children. Now, however, more and more fathers are demanding shared parenting arrangements and a fair amount of time with their children.

Ohio Supreme Court rules on issue of unvested military benefits

We recently wrote about the dual role that many moms across the nation are taking on, that of an active service member and parent. The focus in the prior posts was on child custody issues that are unique to military families. The Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled on another family law issue that directly affects those service members who live in Columbus and may be considering filing for divorce.

Alimony keeping you from getting remarried? You may not be alone

The U.S. Census Bureau is the one-stop shop for finding data that helps identify trends across the country. A recent analysis of the data shows that cohabitation may not just be for the younger generations. In fact, the choice to live together but unmarried is increasing at a rapid pace amongst those in the baby boomer generation over the age of 50.

How is custody handled when mom returns from active duty?

Military service has often been seen as a man’s role, but more and more women are joining the military every day. In fact, 15 percent of the nation’s current active forces are women. Many of these women are not only members of the military, but they are also mothers. The dual role creates unique child custody challenges for these mothers and their families.

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