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Ohio Laws on Child Custody
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3109.04
Allocating parental rights and responsibilities for care of children, including provisions for shared parenting
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3109.043
Provision for temporary child custody order while modification hearing is pending.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3109.051
Provisions for parenting time (visitation rights).
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3109.051(G)
Restricts convicted domestic abuser's access to his victim's new address on an intent to relocate form in a custody case.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3109.052
Court mediation of custody disputes.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3127.33(D)
If a party alleges in an affidavit or a pleading under oath that the health, safety, or liberty of a party or child would be jeopardized by the disclosure of identifying information, the information shall be sealed and may not be disclosed to the other party or the public unless the court orders the disclosure to be made after a hearing in which the court takes into consideration the health, safety, and liberty of the party or child and determines that the disclosure is in the interests of justice.
Ohio Laws on Child Support
Ohio Regulations on Child Support
Ohio Parentage Laws
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 2151.23(B)(2)
Except as provided in divisions (G) and (I) of section 2301.03 of the Revised Code, which refers to Richland and Summit counties, the juvenile court has original jurisdiction to determine the parentage of any child alleged to have been born out of wedlock pursuant to sections 3111.01 to 3111.18 of the Revised Code.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3111.01
Parent and child relationship defined.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3107.062
The department of job and family services shall establish a putative father registry. A putative father may register at any time. For the purpose of preserving the requirement of his consent to an adoption, a putative father shall register before or not later than fifteen days after the birth of the child.
Oh. Rev. Code Sec. 3107.063
An attorney arranging a minor's adoption, a mother, a public children services agency, a private noncustodial agency, or a private child placing agency may request at any time that the department of job and family services search the putative father registry to determine whether a man is registered as the minor's putative father.