Child custody disputes in Ohio and throughout our country are typically decided by what the court deems to be the best interests of the child. Of course, people do not always agree as to what is the best situation for a child, and the courts are left trying to decide that from among the parties' child custody claims. Take the case of a North Carolina woman who recently lost custody of her 6 and 11-year-old children to her ex-husband, now living in Chicago. The woman has stage 4 breast cancer, and she believes the trial judge gave custody to the ex-husband solely because she is suffering a life-threatening illness.
You have to give them an 'A for Effort'. Butler County, Ohio's Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) is not letting deadbeat parents off the hook. The CSEA is serious about child support obligations being met, and the agency's officers execute their duties with diligence and doggedness.