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Parenting Time Archives

Are working fathers at a disadvantage in divorce?

Many divorcing fathers may feel as if they are at a significant disadvantage in Ohio child custody proceedings simply because of their gender. They fear that the court tries to hold parents to their traditional roles (i.e. the mother being the homemaker and caretaker of children, the father being the breadwinner and secondary guardian).

Are working fathers at a disadvantage in divorce?

Many divorcing fathers may feel as if they are at a significant disadvantage in Ohio child custody proceedings simply because of their gender. They fear that the court tries to hold parents to their traditional roles (i.e. the mother being the homemaker and caretaker of children, the father being the breadwinner and secondary guardian).

Can grandparents get parenting time during divorce?

When people consider the old adage "it takes a village to raise a child" they undoubtedly had grandparents in mind. In many cases, they are drivers, cooks, and maids in the same way that parents are. However, they can also be confidants and much needed teachers; especially when a child's parents are going through a divorce.

Can grandparents get parenting time during divorce?

When people consider the old adage "it takes a village to raise a child" they undoubtedly had grandparents in mind. In many cases, they are drivers, cooks, and maids in the same way that parents are. However, they can also be confidants and much needed teachers; especially when a child's parents are going through a divorce.

How to prepare for summer parenting time changes

Although it is only April, it is never too early to prepare for summer vacations in Ohio. Divorced and separated parents may have disagreements about how to organize time with children as summer sports leagues, day camps and family vacations can easily complicate a child's schedule. With so many potential activities, inflexible parents may be in for a difficult summer.

How to prepare for summer parenting time changes

Although it is only April, it is never too early to prepare for summer vacations in Ohio. Divorced and separated parents may have disagreements about how to organize time with children as summer sports leagues, day camps and family vacations can easily complicate a child's schedule. With so many potential activities, inflexible parents may be in for a difficult summer.

Relocation cases in Ohio

One of the expected changes after a divorce is that one parent will decide to move away. Whether this move is to another city near Columbus, or to another state, relocation issues can be difficult problems to resolve without court intervention. Indeed, there are many reasons why a parent will want to change residences. They may want to start a new life or may want to move closer to care for family members.

Relocation cases in Ohio

One of the expected changes after a divorce is that one parent will decide to move away. Whether this move is to another city near Columbus, or to another state, relocation issues can be difficult problems to resolve without court intervention. Indeed, there are many reasons why a parent will want to change residences. They may want to start a new life or may want to move closer to care for family members.

How grandparents can have parenting time in Ohio

It is a common misperception that grandparents have no rights regarding parenting time (or in some cases) custody. Fortunately, this is not true. In fact, more grandparents are raising children than ever before. According to a 2010 U.S. Census Bureau report, 7 million grandparents had at least one grandchild living with them, and 2.7 million were responsible for a grandchild's basic needs.

How grandparents can have parenting time in Ohio

It is a common misperception that grandparents have no rights regarding parenting time (or in some cases) custody. Fortunately, this is not true. In fact, more grandparents are raising children than ever before. According to a 2010 U.S. Census Bureau report, 7 million grandparents had at least one grandchild living with them, and 2.7 million were responsible for a grandchild's basic needs.

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