Amy M. Levine & Associates, Attorneys at Law, LLC - Family Law, Bankruptcy, Probate Litigation, Criminal Defense
Divorce and Family Law Representation in Columbus, Ohio

Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
New Albany, OH 614-721-7726
Toll Free   888-641-0805

Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
New Albany, OH 614-721-7726
Toll Free   888-641-0805

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Why it’s never too early to see a divorce lawyer

Divorce in Ohio is an emotional and challenging time for all involved parties. The decision to seek legal representation might be upsetting, yet it becomes necessary due to various circumstances. The following may help you know when to seek legal help and how it can...

How will an OVI affect your college education?

Operating a vehicle while impaired is a criminal act that has far-reaching consequences. Not only are you likely to face license suspension and fines, but your college career might be at risk as well. Building a strong legal defense and presenting your case...

Common mistakes that can jeopardize a car accident claim

Being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic and stressful experience. In the aftermath of an accident, it's important to take the necessary steps to protect your rights and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. However, many people make...

Understanding undue influence and proving a will

Administering an estate does not always go smoothly. Unfortunately, not everyone acts in good faith when someone with substantial assets dies. Malicious individuals might try to take advantage of a sick or elderly person to inherit their wealth. Understanding the...

Effective ways to challenge breath test results in Ohio

Breath tests are meant to be an accurate way of determining a person's blood alcohol content (BAC). However, there are many factors that can affect the accuracy of breath tests. That means that if you're arrested for DUI, you may be able to challenge the test results....

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We’ll worry about your child as much as you do.

In divorce, child custody is a difficult, emotional issue. At Amy M. Levine & Associates, resolving child custody matters is our major focus. We work with people in Ohio 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 Amy?

Since graduating from Capital University Law School in Columbus in 2001, and then earning an advanced law degree in 2003, founder 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 and Huntington areas in the full range of issues our clients face, as below:

Visit our frequently asked custody questions to learn more.

Our local domestic court rules (Rules 27 and 22):

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.

Get help now with custody and visitation.

Learn more about your child custody options. We offer free consultations for prospective clients. Call our Columbus office at 614-360-2942 or our Huntington office at 304-519-4354.

Family Law

Amy M. Levine
View Profile

Our Latest Blog Posts

Why it’s never too early to see a divorce lawyer

Divorce in Ohio is an emotional and challenging time for all involved parties. The decision to seek legal representation might be upsetting, yet it becomes necessary due to various circumstances. The following may help you know when to seek legal help and how it can...

How will an OVI affect your college education?

Operating a vehicle while impaired is a criminal act that has far-reaching consequences. Not only are you likely to face license suspension and fines, but your college career might be at risk as well. Building a strong legal defense and presenting your case...

Common mistakes that can jeopardize a car accident claim

Being involved in a car accident can be a traumatic and stressful experience. In the aftermath of an accident, it's important to take the necessary steps to protect your rights and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. However, many people make...

Understanding undue influence and proving a will

Administering an estate does not always go smoothly. Unfortunately, not everyone acts in good faith when someone with substantial assets dies. Malicious individuals might try to take advantage of a sick or elderly person to inherit their wealth. Understanding the...

Effective ways to challenge breath test results in Ohio

Breath tests are meant to be an accurate way of determining a person's blood alcohol content (BAC). However, there are many factors that can affect the accuracy of breath tests. That means that if you're arrested for DUI, you may be able to challenge the test results....

Visit Our Blog

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