Jack's Law Office Blog

Informative posts about Divorce, Dissolution, Child Custody and Family Law.

What to do When Your Child Refuses to Visit the Other Parent

What to do When Your Child Refuses to Visit the Other Parent
You spent a long time getting your shared parenting plan hammered out so that both you and your ex were satisfied with it. Or maybe you had a protract...
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How the Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) Helps You

How the Child Support Enforcement Agency (CSEA) Helps You
Parents have a responsibility to support their children. Obtaining child support is important for many reasons, which is why the Child Support Enforce...
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Seven Child Custody Myths

Seven Child Custody Myths
When it comes to divorce, child custody issues are usually emotional and sometimes become contentious. Unfortunately, this can mean that parents often...
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Helping Children in Blended Families

Helping Children in Blended Families
According to the Pew Research Center, in 2013, four out of ten new marriages included one partner who had been married before, and two out of every te...
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The Complicated Issue of Child Custody

The Complicated Issue of Child Custody
One Size Doesn't Fit All Child custody cases can be the most difficult ones in Family Law court. The “best interests” standard comes before the courts...
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Ten New Year Resolutions for Divorced Parents

Ten New Year Resolutions for Divorced Parents

January is the time to make resolutions for the New Year. But as anyone with a health club membership can tell you, most people give up these resolutions by mid-February. When it comes to your children, however, it’s important to resolutions that last. Newly divorced parents can and should learn from the mistakes of others. The resolutions below will help you avoid these mistakes and create situations that will help instead of hurt your children.

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Three Labels Used in Child Custody Cases


Ohio divorce lawyer Jack Carney-DeBord defines the three labels used in child custody cases. VIDEO: 3 Labels That Define The Relationship
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Parents Going Thru Divorce: 7 Tips for Back-to-School Challenges of Youngsters

Parents Going Thru Divorce: 7 Tips for Back-to-School Challenges of Youngsters
Early September is symbolic of many things including the close of the summer season and, of course, kids going back to school. I bet you’ve seen the i...
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Attorney near New Albany, Ohio Prepares you for Divorce Court Proceedings

New Albany Ohio Divorce-Family Law Attorney New Albany Ohio Divorce Attorney Jack Carney-DeBord of Jack’s Law Office has an office nearby—easily acc...
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Sunbury, Ohio Area Divorce Attorney has over Twenty Years Experience

Divorce-Family Law Attorney Sunbury Ohio After over twenty years experience as a Divorce Attorney in the Sunbury, Ohio area, I have learned that mos...
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9 Factors for Child Support

9 Factors for Child Support
How does the state usually determine Child Support guidelines and calculations? Check out the most common nine factors below: 1. You must know the gr...
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My Spouse Left and Took the Kids

My Spouse Left and Took the Kids
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I'm a Single Mother and the State Took My Kids

I'm a Single Mother and the State Took My Kids

Ohio divorce lawyer Jack Carney-DeBord describes a case where he represented a single mother who had been threatened by the state about custody of her...
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How a Subpoena Can Change Child Support

How a Subpoena Can Change Child Support

Do you need more child support? Do you suspect that your spouse may be hiding money from you? Can you increase your child support? Ohio lawyer Jack Ca...
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What is Local Rule Visitation?


Many divorce cases involve children. If you are getting a divorce and have children, you should know what local rule visitation is. Ohio Family Law At...
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