Understand Your Rights in Ohio Child Custody and Visitation
When you are going through a divorce as a parent, your biggest concerns are the best interests of your children and how you can protect your relationship with them. Decisions made today will impact you and your family down the road and it is important to take the time to make appropriate choices about custody, visitation rights and parenting plans.
With so much at stake for you and your children, you need an experienced attorney on your side who can help you understand your child custody options. At the Law Offices of Myron A. Wolf, in Hamilton, Ohio, our lawyers and staff have more than 30 years of family law experience. We know how important your relationship is with your children and will work hard to protect you throughout the entire process.
Following the Best Interest of the Children
In every family law case that involves children, the standard that the court uses to determine child custody issues is: "what is in the best interest of the child?"
More specifically, there are a number of factors used to determine what is best for the child in custody cases, including the age of the children, the physical and mental health of parents and children, the relationships the child has with the parents and the ability of the parents to provide for the children. Depending on the age of the children, their wishes may also be considered.
Our lawyers will help you understand your child custody and shared parenting options and how they may impact other areas of your divorce, including child support. We can help you formulate parenting plans that meet your needs, as well as the needs of your children, and advise you on your rights under the law in the state of Ohio.
In addition to matters of child custody in divorce and paternity, our firm also helps unmarried parents deal with parenting issues, including child custody, shared parenting, visitation rights and civil contempt issues. We can help modify custody orders and look out for issues that are unique to our clients. Our firm recognizes the unique concerns of unmarried parents and provide dedicated service to meet those needs.
Juvenile Court Child Abuse, Neglect and Dependency
Our firm also handles cases dealing with allegations of child abuse, neglect and dependency filed in Butler County Juvenile Court by either Butler County Children's Services Board or a private party. Our attorneys are experienced in handling these types of matters and can assist you with understanding your legal rights and in obtaining your desired result.
When you are dealing with issues of child custody, juvenile custody and parenting plans, contact us at the Law Offices of Myron A. Wolf to learn more information. Schedule an initial consultation to discuss your issues by calling our Hamilton office at 513-863-0664.