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October 2017 Archives

Mediators: Qualifications and roles

When deciding on a mediator, couples need to know what qualifications the intermediary should have and what role he or she is expected to play in the proceedings. In Ohio, the court system has answered most of the questions about credentials, and the Ohio State Bar has outlined expected roles.

Grandparents and grandchildren: preserving the relationship

At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, in Ohio, we know that as a grandparent, you have very few rights under Ohio law. We also know, however, that this does not mean that it is impossible for you to preserve your grandparent-grandchild relationships or for you to file an action seeking visitation in your grandchild’s best interests.

Understanding the 20/20/20 military divorce rule

If you live in Ohio and are prepping for a divorce from a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, you may be wondering whether you will retain access to your ex’s military benefits and otherwise be able to support yourself once your divorce becomes final. At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, we have a firm understanding of the specifics surrounding military divorce, and we have helped many clients on both sides of the equation navigate the complexities associated with ending marriage.

Studies find in favor of joint custody

As Ohio parents know, divorce can change the amount of time a parent gets to spend with his or her child. This is why figuring out a child custody arrangement that everyone can live with is of the utmost importance. New studies are finding that children who split their time between parents are coming out on top.

Study finds propensity for divorce may be genetic

Ohio couples know that marriage can be difficult and that each spouse brings their own baggage into a marriage, which many assumed could include commitment issues if a spouse came from parents who divorced. A new study found that genetics may be at play more than anyone previously realized.

What is a parenting plan?

Divorce proceedings concerning children have changed much since your parents got divorced long ago. Joint custody and preservation of parental rights for both parents are the primary goals of the court.

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