Protecting Your Relationship With Your Child
In divorce, child custody is a difficult, emotional issue. At Amy M. Levine & Associates, Attorneys At Law, LLC, resolving Ohio child custody matters is our major focus. We work with people in Columbus who are frustrated, worried, and filled with anxiety over what might or might not happen. Our job is to help relieve your concerns, to resolve the family law problems that keep you up at night.
Why Hire Amy M. Levine & Associates?
Since graduating from Capital University Law School in Columbus in 2001, and then earning an advanced law degree in 2003, founding attorney Amy Levine has focused on helping people who face common – but no less difficult – legal problems, with a specific focus on divorce and family law.
In child custody matters, our family law attorneys represent people in the Columbus area in the full range of issues our clients face, as below:
- Child support calculations
- Joint custody and shared parenting
- Sole legal custody
- Split child custody
- Child custody modifications
- Custody for unmarried parents
- Rule 27 visitation rights
- Parenting time schedule
- Fathers’ rights
- Grandparents’ rights
- Parental relocation and custody implications
Visit our frequently asked custody questions to learn more.
Important Local Court Rules In Ohio
In Franklin County, Rule 27 is the default position that dictates child custody arrangements for divorcing couples who are unable to agree on another solution. In general, it includes options for shared custody and weekly parenting time and covers a wide variety of circumstances, including extracurricular activities, holidays, summers, vacations, and transportation.
Another rule, Rule 22, dictates custody for unmarried people who are unable to agree on custody. Each county has its own rule, but the basic principle is the same: Couples who are unable to agree on custody decisions can follow the guidelines of a predetermined rule.
Free Consultations Available For Child Custody Matters
Learn more about your child custody and visitation options. You can talk with an experienced lawyer in a free initial consultation. Call us in Columbus at 614-360-2942 or in New Albany at 614-721-7726. You can also use our contact form at any time.