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Modifying Child Custody In Ohio

Courts modifying child custody in Ohio have to follow a set of rules. As always, the best interests of the child must be considered.  However, before getting to that point, the court must consider a number of factors as to whether the case qualifies for a modification of parental rights and responsibilities.  A change in circumstances is required to even gain the right to be in court on a child custody modification motion.  This requirement promotes stability in the child's life and prevents motions for changes in custody based on insignificant events.

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Ohio Marriage Contracts

Ohio marriage contracts involves three parties: (1) you; (2) your spouse; and (3) the State of Ohio. Marriage is a legal contract with rights and obligations.  Of course, marriage is not just a cold legal concept—marriage is a spiritual and personal relationship between two people.  The obligations of marriage: mutual respect, fidelity and support.  The duty to support includes the parties’ mutual biological and adopted children.

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