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September 20, 2016

The parent and child relationship is a legal relationship that exists between a child and the child’s natural or adoptive parents. Ohio law confers and imposes important rights, privileges, duties, and obligations on this relationship. Parents have asked many reoccurring questions regarding the creation and termination of this relationship. How does this relationship begin? How long does this relationship last? How is this relationship terminated? The answers are codified in Ohio Revised Code Chapter 3111.

In order for a parent/child relationship to exist, the mother must establish maternity by proof of her having given birth the to the child as well as...

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