In the state of Ohio, Judges or magistrates hear cases. What is the difference between the two? What is a magistrate? Ohio divorce lawyer Jack Carney-DeBord answers your questions in the below video.
What is a Guardian ad Litem? Has a Guardian ad Litem been appointed in your child custody case? What is the definition of Guardian ad Litem? Ohio Family Law Attorney Jack Carney-DeBord defines the term in this short video.
Do you need more child support? Do you suspect that your spouse may be hiding money from you? Can you increase your child support?
Jack is an Ohio family law attorney. In this video, he explains how to use a subpoena to increase child support payments.
VIDEO: Subpoena Power to Increase Child Support
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 Attorney Jack Carney-DeBord defines local rule visitation in this short video.
VIDEO: What is Local Rule Visitation?
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 kids. Find out what happened...
Change is an inevitable part of life. Even after your divorce and parenting plan is finalized, things happen.
Living expenses change, children get older, and employment opportunities can appear or disappear. Regardless of whether or not you’re satisfied with the initial terms of your divorce, changes in circumstances may prompt you to renegotiate those conditions.
In most states (including Ohio), these changes are called “modifications.”
Child custody arrangements and spousal support agreements are binding. But that doesn’t mean they can’t be changed.