Shared parenting, sometimes called shared custody when one or more of the parties is not a parent, can be a great option for custodians who can work together amicably in order to benefit the child or children.
Even if you both agree that neither party should pay child support to the other in your shared parenting arrangement, you still must fill out a child support worksheet and a findings of fact for a deviation from the child support guidelines.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Franklin County Domestic and Juvenile Court is making phone and video conferencing an option. Below is information of how to request and set up a virtual conference through Zoom.
Once all attorneys and self-represented parties agree to request the video or phone conference, they may either efile the “Request for Phone/Video Conference” form, or they may contact the Judge’s or Magistrate’s staff directly.