The Impact Of Mental Health On Divorce And Custody
Going through a divorce can be difficult and emotionally draining. The end of a committed relationship can bring emotional upheaval. For emotionally stable people, divorce and child custody disputes can be stressful enough to affect mental health. For individuals who already live with depression or other mental health conditions, the process can cause changes in their existing conditions.
Whether you are a parent who lives with mental health conditions or you are a parent who is concerned about your ex-spouse’s ability to care for your children in his or her current mental health state, it’s important to work with a family law attorney who understands the interplay between mental health issues and family law, divorce and custody matters.
At the law office of Amy M. Levine & Associates, Attorneys At Law, LLC, we represent individuals in Columbus, New Albany and throughout Ohio with a variety of family law issues when mental health is a concern for either party. The common mental health conditions we see include:
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Protecting The Best Interests Of Your Children
If you have children, nothing is more important than protecting their welfare. We work with clients to address matters related to supervised visitation, psychological evaluations and child custody modifications. Learn more about the counsel we provide by scheduling a free initial consultation. Our lawyers can be reached through a short online form, or by calling our Columbus office at 614-360-2942 or our New Albany office at 614-721-7726.