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If you understand the information you have just read and would like to see the most recent local rule visitation schedule we have on our website, see the information below:
Richland County Local Rule 24
Standard Parenting Time Order
My 17 year old son wants to come live with me and I live in a different state than him and his father and we have rule 24 shared parenting Is there any way to get that change so I can get custody of him
I have full custody of my kids recently my ex was to have my son for spring break when he got back my son informed me that he went to Florida with his dads girlfriend and her family and his dad didn’t go because he had to work is that legal to do without my knowledge.
Is there a age on how old the kid has to be before leaving home by themselves?
my ex wife has kept my daughter away from me for a year now .and I just learned she has moved from where she was and I don’t know where they are now I have visitation but don’t have money to take her to court why isn’t the law more strict on people that break every rule in so called rule24. .I pay my child support I think ohio needs to go back to its old ways if either parent kept child away from the other they would not receive support for the child and custody would be given to the other parent
my ex is moving his new girlfriend in with him and I asked him for her info since we have shared parenting and he is refusing to give it to me.Is there anyway i can force him to I worry about my children this is the 15 girlfriend he has introduced them to in a year and the 5 or 6 to live with him i worry about how it affects them but at least they do not see that at my house I have only dated one man since my divorce wich is now my husband!!
Is there an age at which a child can refuse to visit the non-custodial parent?
I thought it used to be at 12 yrs. but has that been changed?
Thank you for your Rules of 24. My grandkids are in Ohio & I’m in Florida so it’s real handy to keep track of what’s going on.