How Are Parenting Time And Responsibilities Determined In Ohio?

When it comes to child custody and visitation cases in Ohio, the goal is always for the parties to reach an agreement regarding parenting time and responsibilities that is truly in the best interests of the children.

Coming to such an agreement can pose significant challenges, however. Both parents often have different parenting styles. In addition, both typically desire to spend as much time as possible with their children.

At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, we help clients in Hamilton, West Chester, Oxford and beyond negotiate creative parenting plans and time-sharing schedules. This is particularly important in divorces involving a parent in the military. Call us to arrange your initial consultation at 513-895-0030.

"There is nothing more important than your children. You need someone who understands your view of what is best for them and who will stand up for your rights." — Kristen L. Campbell

Exploring Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods

Our lawyer practices in Butler County Juvenile Court and in Butler County Domestic Relations Court. As a trained mediator, she is able to facilitate more amicable and cost-effective resolutions to custody disputes.

The mediation process allows clients to sit down with each other and come up with a solution that works for the family rather than engage in a costly trial. Resolving the matter through mediation also gives the parties much greater flexibility and freedom than simply accepting a judge's generic ruling.

If mediation is not successful or appropriate in your situation, however, you can count on Ms. Campbell to tenaciously defend your parental rights at trial. She will also take the time to explain the court process so that you are prepared.

Are You Hoping To Move Out Of Ohio?

Parental relocation is one of the most common reasons to seek a modification to the original child custody and visitation orders. If one parent wants to move out of state with the children or otherwise make changes to the parenting plan, it is necessary to gain prior approval from the court.

Schedule Your Initial Consultation

We can advise you about your particular options when it comes to modifications and all other custody issues. Schedule an initial consultation with our attorney by calling 513-895-0030 or contacting us online.