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Family Law: What is the purpose of screening parenting coordination?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, begins a new series dedicated to the topic of Parenting Coordination.

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Family Law: Once Parenting Coordination is Ordered, then what?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, begins a new series dedicated to the topic of Parenting Coordination.

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Tibbs Law Office, LLC

1329 E. Kemper Rd., #4230

Cincinnati, OH 45246

(513) 793-7544

Daryle@tibbslawoffice.com

www.tibbslawoffice.com

facebookcom/tibbslawoffice

instagram.com/tibbsladiesoflaw

Family Law: Who can be a Parenting Coordinator?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, begins a new series dedicated to the topic of Parenting Coordination.

For more online resources on this and similar topics, please visit our firm Youtube channel at:
www.youtube.com/tibbslawoffice

Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 E. Kemper Rd., #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
Daryle@tibbslawoffice.com
www.tibbslawoffice.com
facebookcom/tibbslawoffice
instagram.com/tibbsladiesoflaw

Family Law: What information can a parenting coordinator use to make a decision?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, begins a new series dedicated to the topic of Parenting Coordination.

For more online resources on this and similar topics, please visit our firm Youtube channel at:
www.youtube.com/tibbslawoffice

Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 E. Kemper Rd., #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
Daryle@tibbslawoffice.com
www.tibbslawoffice.com
facebookcom/tibbslawoffice
instagram.com/tibbsladiesoflaw

Family Law: What does a Parenting Coordinator do?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, begins a new series dedicated to the topic of Parenting Coordination.

For more online resources on this and similar topics, please visit our firm Youtube channel at:
www.youtube.com/tibbslawoffice

Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 E. Kemper Rd., #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
Daryle@tibbslawoffice.com
www.tibbslawoffice.com
facebookcom/tibbslawoffice
instagram.com/tibbsladiesoflaw

Family Law: What is Parenting Coordination?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, begins a new series dedicated to the topic of Parenting Coordination.

For more online resources on this and similar topics, please visit our firm Youtube channel at:
www.youtube.com/tibbslawoffice

Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 E. Kemper Rd., #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
Daryle@tibbslawoffice.com
www.tibbslawoffice.com
facebookcom/tibbslawoffice
instagram.com/tibbsladiesoflaw

Family Law: Are there any decisions that a parenting coordinator cannot make?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, begins a new series dedicated to the topic of Parenting Coordination.

For more online resources on this and similar topics, please visit our firm Youtube channel at:
www.youtube.com/tibbslawoffice

Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 E. Kemper Rd., #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
Daryle@tibbslawoffice.com
www.tibbslawoffice.com
facebookcom/tibbslawoffice
instagram.com/tibbsladiesoflaw

 

Tibbs Law Office: Introduction to 2018

In this video, Daryle C. Tibbs updates the audience on what Tibbs Law Office has in store for 2018.  In addition to the fact that Tibbs Law Office has hired its third experienced attorney, Tibbs Law Office will be moving office spaces to accommodate its clients starting April 1.  In addition, the attorneys of Tibbs Law Office will be getting mediation and parenting coordination training to be able to offer these services before the end of 2018.

Top 10 Videos of 2018: #4 With 236 views during 2018, this video was the fourth most watched video of 2018.

Getting a second divorce, from the same person

Getting divorced for the second time…from the same person

As you might imagine this isn’t a very common problem.  Not many people get married to the same person twice.  Pamela Anderson married and divorced Rick Salomon twice.  Elizabeth Taylor married and divorced Richard Burton twice.  Richard Pryor married two of his wives two times.   For those facing this situation, there is very little information on this topic.  So I decided to provide some information.

Someone in this situation is going to have several questions, here are the (Ohio) answers to some of the questions we are asked:
1) Are the children, which were born during the first marriage, considered children of the second marriage?  Generally, yes.  Another example of this is where a couple is unmarried, has a child, then gets married, then gets divorced.  Even though the child was born before the marriage, the child is still considered “issue of the marriage.”

2) Will child support and custody be re-litigated?  Generally, yes.  At the conclusion of the first divorce, the court issued an order regarding custody and support.  When the parties remarried, that support (and custody) entry ceased being effective either because the court terminated the original order (the obligor does not have to continue to pay child support if the parties remarry) or because the court issued a new order after the remarriage.  In the second divorce, the court will issue a new child support order that will be based on the current status of the parties’ employment.  The court will also issue a new custody order that is likely to be the same as the order issued in the first divorce but may be different.

3) Will the parties re-litigate the division of property?  Generally, no; however, one of the factors that will impact this is how much time occurred between the first and second divorce.  Generally, the division of property that took place in the original divorce will still stand.  For example, if the court granted the martial residence to one of the parties, that party still gets to keep the home and that decision will not be revisited by the court.  The court will, however, divide any newly acquired property, if the parties have any.

Hopefully, this answers many of the questions you have about this topic.  

Top 10 Videos of 2017, #9: How Can I Increase My Chances Of Getting A More Favorable Agreement In Kentucky?

 

Top 10 Videos of 2017, #9: How Can I Increase My Chances Of Getting A More Favorable Agreement In Kentucky?

Daryle C. Tibbs, owner of Tibbs Law Office, continues a new series reviewing the top ten videos of 2017.

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https://www.youtube.com/tibbslawofficeKentucky

Tibbs Law Office, LLC
1329 East Kemper Rd. #4230
Cincinnati, OH 45246
(513) 793-7544
www.tibbslawoffice.com