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Posts tagged "parenting time"

Can deadbeat parents be put in jail?

There supposedly is no such thing as a debtors' prison. The failure to pay debts generally will not get a person put in jail. However, with every rule there is an exception. When a parent fails to pay child support payments, Ohio law allows the state to charge a non-paying parent with a crime.

Can deadbeat parents be put in jail?

There supposedly is no such thing as a debtors' prison. The failure to pay debts generally will not get a person put in jail. However, with every rule there is an exception. When a parent fails to pay child support payments, Ohio law allows the state to charge a non-paying parent with a crime.

Co-parenting issues that courts avoid

Just like parenting is not easy for married people in Ohio, co-parenting for divorced (and separated) couples is no picnic. Even if it was, it would be a picnic fraught with ants, raccoons and stormy weather. Suffice it to say, there is always something about one of the parents, and what they may have (or may have not) done with the kids that infuriates the other parent.

Co-parenting issues that courts avoid

Just like parenting is not easy for married people in Ohio, co-parenting for divorced (and separated) couples is no picnic. Even if it was, it would be a picnic fraught with ants, raccoons and stormy weather. Suffice it to say, there is always something about one of the parents, and what they may have (or may have not) done with the kids that infuriates the other parent.

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.

How to plan for parenting time during spring break

With divorced and separated couples in Ohio, spring break can be a part of March Madness that neither person wants to enjoy. It can be especially difficult to make plans if there is no court order or temporary decree to set forth rules to follow. Even for those with parenting plans, there may be gray areas that are subject to different interpretations.

How to plan for parenting time during spring break

With divorced and separated couples in Ohio, spring break can be a part of March Madness that neither person wants to enjoy. It can be especially difficult to make plans if there is no court order or temporary decree to set forth rules to follow. Even for those with parenting plans, there may be gray areas that are subject to different interpretations.

Dealing with parental alienation syndrome

Child custody disputes are already terrible experiences for parents and children. The emotional games (and fallout) that come about can be more than one can bear. What can be done when a parent is dealing with a case ofparental alienation syndrome (PAS), and no one believes him or her? This is question is especially difficult considering that it is not recognized as psychological disorder, and is commonly dismissed by custody evaluators and family court judges alike.

Dealing with parental alienation syndrome

Child custody disputes are already terrible experiences for parents and children. The emotional games (and fallout) that come about can be more than one can bear. What can be done when a parent is dealing with a case ofparental alienation syndrome (PAS), and no one believes him or her? This is question is especially difficult considering that it is not recognized as psychological disorder, and is commonly dismissed by custody evaluators and family court judges alike.

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