Looking for a professional supervisor for visitations. Family or friends is not a viable option.
Many courts will have specific locations to which you can be referred. You may want to check some of the following:
Family Nurturing Center - http://www.familynurture.org/content/visitation-services
Family Healing Center (Butler County)
United Way of Cincinnati
Not all may have locations near you and the costs do vary but get expensive.
Good luck. Hope these help.See question
I have been a resident in Ohio since Sept. 2014 my ex filed for divorce June. 2015 I was sent a letter from a General Magistrate in Marion County FL saying I have to show up March 8th for divorce hearing saying she has jurisdiction over me, how is...
Counsel herein is correct. A party files where they have residency. As for jurisdiction over you it depends on the facts and your connections with Florida. You need to seek an immediate consultation with a Florida attorney in the county where the matter is pending. You should be able to do this by telephone. You will want to provide the attorney with a complete copy of Wife's filing and any and all court notices that you have received. Do not delay. If you do not properly assert your rights, the court will have jurisdiction and you will be bound by their rulings. Please get counsel immediately especially as it appears this has been pending for some time. It is never wise to delay these matters or ignore them, they only get worse and more complicated.See question
I am a single mother of two children. One who is 11 and one who is 5 months old. I lived in oh and moved to wi where after a year i ended up pregnant with my youngest son. The father wanted nothing to do with me or the pregnancy and even threatene...
Attorney King is correct. You need to contact counsel immediately and see about filing objections if the order was in Ohio. Do not delay these matters are time sensitive.See question
My son is 3, never married, I have sole custody by default. His dad is on the birth certificate, my son has his last name, and he pays child support. He has been in and out of his life a lot. He usually sees him once every 2 months but has not see...
You do not need to do anything until and unless Father files with the court. Abandonment will most likely not come into the picture. Even if Father does nothing for several years, the court may work to phase in a parenting schedule for he and his child. If you have additional questions and concerns it is best to schedule a consultation with local counsel. Review the child support order and discuss the parenting issues.See question
I currently have joint custody between the grandmother father and mother. Mother and father wants to file for emergency ex parte motion for custody. Mother and father believe that if they file just a custody motion that tge grandmother will take h...
I agree. You need to seek an immediate consultation on this matter. You will want to have with you copies of all prior filings and orders giving grandmother joint custody. You should be prepared to discuss your concerns. Most likely you will need to do as prior counsel advises and file an emergency motion which most likely require the child to speak to the hearing officer. Please get counsel, do not try this alone.See question
My wife recently filed for divorce. I live in Florida and she lives in Ohio. We have been separated for 7 years. During the time we were living together I stayed home with the kids and worked part-time in the evening while she pursued her career. ...
You should seek an immediate consultation with an attorney that practices in the state and county where Wife filed. You should be able to arrange to do this by telephone so that you do not need to travel to Cincinnati. Do not delay in getting legal advice and representation. Since the action is filed the court will start scheduling various hearing dates. You could easily create problems for yourself by not having proper legal representation and trying to do this on your own. You should expect to pay for a consultation. For the consultation you should make available a complete copy of the complaint and documents filed with the court as well as the court's temporary orders on parenting and support. You should also provide any other documentation you have received from the court and or your Wife's attorney. Again, i cannot stress enough, do not delay in taking active measures to get counsel.See question
I live in AZ and I am trying to handle a QDRO issue in Cuyahoga County Ohio Domestic Court. The courts never had my new AZ address or my ex-wife's TX address so I motioned for a change of address. I then motioned to hold the case in abeyance becau...
You need to seek a consultation with local counsel. You will need to take with you a copy of the Decree, any data or documentation regarding the QDRO, copies of the Motion that was filed with the court and the Magistrate's Decision. Counsel should be able to look at these with you and determine what your next step is and how to proceed to get this taken care of. Good Luck and please do get counsel.See question
Me and my wife have been married for six years. and been separated for four. and I have decided that I want us to get an divorce we have four kids. and I had a child outside of our marriage
The first step is get a consultation with counsel. That will provide you information on the type of data, information and documentation that you will need to gather. You should also ask about parenting, child support and spousal support as possible issues. If you and your Wife are on fairly good terms and have reached an agreement on assets, debts and/or parenting, the attorney can prepare those agreements. Good Luck.See question
My husband and i got married well then he had to go to work out of town and i was a house wife. He took me out of town with him and beat my head off the wall . And gave me something with my head . Well than he is in a realtionship with his ex wife...
You do not need his consent to get a divorce. You need legal counsel to file a complaint for divorce with the court. If you do not have funds to do this you can contact your local legal aid office and get on their list for counsel. You may need to wait a few months if their work load is heavy. Good Luck.See question
I have a shared parenting plan for my 5 year old daughter. I currently get her every other weekend and every Wednesday from 3-6pm. On the weeks I don't have weekend custody, I get her an extra weekday. Our custody agreement states that the parents...
You should seek counsel with a local attorney to review and discuss this situation, your option and possible court procedure. Attorney King is correct in that it is difficult to predict what the court will do. However, with counsel you should be able to ascertain the strengths and weaknesses of going for more time. The current situation, if accurate, sounds pretty awful. When you set a consultation, take your current shared parenting plan with you, any emails or texts that support your concerns. You may also want to set out a time frame of events in order to more accurately review the situation. Good Luck.See question