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Divorce & Family Lawyer in Dayton

Lawyer Anne Harvey provides is a family law specialist providing divorce and family services in the Dayton area including Franklin, Delaware, Hamilton, Butler and Claremont. Over 29 years of legal expertise in all divorce and family legal issues includes child custody, child support, visitation cases and more.

Why choose Anne?

Lawyer Anne Harvey is a family law specialist serving the greater Dayton area including Franklin, Delaware, Hamilton, Butler and Claremont.  She has practiced law full-time since 1985 in a variety of settings.  Her 29 years of expertise can help navigate the emotional gamut of divorce, child custody, parental rights, grandparents rights, child support and visitation cases to reach resolution. To find out if she can help you just call for a friendly, no frills session and find out if she is the right lawyer for you.


DIVORCE: Where to Start
Divorce in Ohio

Divorce is one of the worst legal issues people may have to deal with in their lifetimes. Anne Catherine Harvey understands the difficulty of divorce and has provided Dayton divorce help to hundreds of clients with the best possible results. She is a experience, reputed and well reviewed divorce lawyer in Dayton.


Child Custody in Ohio
Child Custody in Dayton

Over the years, child custody has changed from traditionally awarding the mother with custody to shared parenting and other types of custody arrangements. Anne Catherine Harvey is an experienced and caring child custody lawyer in Montgomery County who can provide valuable legal guidance in all child custody matters.


Our Divorce and Family Law Legal Services includes:
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Visitation Rights
  • Fathers Rights
  • Grandparents Issues
  • Paternity Issues
  • Adoptions
  • Allegations of Abuse
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The Divorce Reform Act replaced the The Tender Years Doctrine in Ohio

In theory/according to Ohio statute, mothers and fathers have equal standing before a juvenile court or domestic relations court when seeking custody of their children (assuming that the father can prove paternity and has provided financial support for the child prior to the custody case). In reality, the presumptions that...

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