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Consequences of Signing an Acknowledgement of Paternity at the Hospital
Consequences of Signing an Acknowledgement of Paternity at the Hospital

Under Ohio law, if a married couple has a baby, the husband is automatically referred to as the legal father of the child. However, if the couple is unmarried, the law does not presume the father’s identity. Instead, for a man to be acknowledged as the baby’s biological ...

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  • Consequences of Signing an Acknowledgement of Paternity at the Hospital

    Under Ohio law, if a married couple has a baby, the husband is automatically referred to as the legal father of the child. However, if the couple is ...

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  • Parenting Time Cannot Be Stopped for Nonpayment of Child Support

    It is understandable for parents to get frustrated and angry when a former partner falls behind on child support payments. However, a custodial parent ...

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  • Parenting Time Cannot Be Stopped for Nonpayment of Child Support

    It is understandable for parents to get frustrated and angry when a former partner falls behind on child support payments. However, a custodial parent ...

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  • Tax Consequences of Earned Income Tax Credit and Dependent Exemptions

    For divorced couples with children, it is important to understand the differences between the Earned Income Tax Credit and dependent exemptions. The ...

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  • Child Custody Issues When Parents Live in Different States

    If you and your former partner live in different states after your separation or divorce, the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act ...

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  • Child Whose Parents Kept Her from One Another Disallowed from Visitation Hearing

    It is an unfortunate fact that many divorced parents struggle with co-parenting their children. The Akron Beacon Journal recently reported on a court ...

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  • As an Unmarried Father, Can I Get Shared Custody in Ohio?

    In March of this year, it was reported that almost half of first babies born in the US were born to unmarried mothers. In Ohio, when a child is born ...

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  • Relocation: The Basics for Custodial and Non-Custodial Parents

    The Ohio family court allocates parents’ rights and responsibilities upon divorce according to the best interests of the children involved. In many ...

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  • Child Support and your Special Needs Child

    Most parents are legally bound to support their children financially until they reach the age of majority. In Ohio, this obligation extends until your ...

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