For the first year after your Ohio divorce, your shared parenting plan worked just fine. The schedule was perfect, and despite a few hiccups, you were able to stay actively involved with your children throughout the school year and even during the summer months. Now,...
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Maybe your spouse just filed for divorce, or perhaps you are in the middle of a breakup with the other parent of your children whom you never married. Whether or not you got married, you will remain connected for the rest of your lives through the children you share....
One of the most emotional and difficult aspects of the breakdown of a relationship is deciding how the children’s time should be split between parents. When you are angry at your ex for things that they have said and done, it is unlikely that you view them as the...