Ohio child custody rights of unmarried parents are decided in Ohio paternity parentage cases, which includes requests for legal custody, parenting time and/or shared parenting. In Ohio, an unmarried mother has sole legal custody
of a child born outside of marriage. The father has no legal rights to the child until he requests the court to issue orders establishing a father-child relationship and an order for parenting time.
A Marshallville divorce attorney represents people who either live in Marshallville or who need to go back to the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court or Wayne County Juvenile Court because they need to revisit a child custody, child support or spousal support issue in that court. Having a Marshallville divorce lawyer on your side gives you the opportunity to have your voice heard effectively in the divorce court.
A Smithville divorce attorney represents individuals who either reside in Smithville or who need to go back to the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court because they need to revisit an issue in a divorce case in that court. Having a Smithville divorce lawyer on your side is important in ensuring that your voice is heard in divorce court.