Parenting Plans Attorney in Columbus
It is important that you hire the right attorney to assist you with the divorce and child custody process, which can be highly contentious and complicated. The experienced attorneys at the Law Office of Dmitriy Borshchak can assist you with this matter and help you achieve the results that you seek. Ohio courts will consider what is in the best interest of the child under section 3109.04 of the Ohio Revised Code in approving a final parenting plan.
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Several factors that the Court will consider in making this determination include:
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When an agreement is reached, the couples present the written settlement in court together with a petition to dissolve the marriage. The court will hold a hearing within 30 to 90 days after filing, where both parties must appear in court and testify that “you voluntarily entered into the separation agreement; are satisfied with its terms; made full disclosure of assets and liabilities; and, are seeking dissolution of the marriage.” The court must then approve the agreement.
Remember, if either party decides to contest one or more issues during the process, it is legally right in Ohio to apply and convert the dissolution to a divorce complaint. Similarly, if you filed for a divorce and later settled all issues, you can also apply to convert the divorce to a dissolution.