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Who do we represent?

  • Mothers and fathers who are going through divorce

  • Unmarried fathers for custody, visitation, or child support issues

  • Unmarried mothers who are seeking child support or who have been served with custody or paternity paperwork

  • Grandparents or other third parties who are seeking child custody

  • Parents and extended family members in dependency, abuse or neglect actions involving Children’s Services.

What types of arrangements can be made?

There are many different types of child custody arrangements. One parent can have sole or full custody of children, or both parents can have joint child custody. Child custody can be shared 50-50 or according to a more traditional plan where the child has one home base and the other parent has visitation on alternate weekends and holidays. Ohio courts favor frequent contact by both parents unless there is a strong reason, such as abuse, to limit contact with one parent.

Attorney Anna Villarreal will help you negotiate an agreement that meets your goals and protects the best interests of your children. She will explain how child support is determined under Ohio’s guidelines and will show you alternatives that will be personalized for the facts in your case.

What about after the child custody and support order?

We also handle the issues that may arise after, such as:

  • Relocation

  • Child custody modifications

  • Protection of separate property

  • Enforcement of existing orders

Attorney For Child Custody Cases

Child custody issues do not always arise during business hours. During lunch and after business hours, we forward calls to Anna Villarreal‘s cellphone where established clients may choose to call and have their questions answered immediately. To talk to a lawyer about your child custody case, call 740-772-4466 for an appointment or complete our contact form.

Talk To A Child Custody Lawyer Today

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