Logan County Family Court – Annual Court Investigator’s Conference For Continuing Education

Submitted by Avery Moore

Logan County Family Court participated in the annual Court Investigator’s Conference for Continuing Education which was held on September 19, 2022, at the Embassy Suites in Dublin, Ohio. Judge Kellogg-Martin serves as the representative Judge for the Ohio Association of Probate Judges, Executive Committee. The committee is responsible for developing the curriculum to assist court investigators in determining whether or not a person is in need of a guardian. Judge Kellogg-Martin attended the conference with the Court’s contracted investigators Kip Ward and Lauren Ater. There were over one hundred attendees.

If you believe that a person may need the support and services of a guardian, you may submit an application to Family Court and the court investigator will prepare the required report to assist with this very important decision.

3 comments
  1. Elizabeth
    Elizabeth
    September 21, 2022 at 8:39 pm

    From my experience with the Logan county courts have been horrible. The G. A..L is mainly an attorney who is assigned to look out for the child’s best interest. They are really there for a pay check. They were horrible with my children and others. They are setting the children up to be future clients. Under the G.A.L PROVIDED BU THE COURTS WILL CHARGE for a job that they will not do.
    They put the child with the parent that has the most money nicest house ect. During this time your children will be put through a horrible neglect. Children will be a victim of r*** abuse neglect ect.
    GALs. Do nothing for the children. IN MY OPINION AND EXPERIENCE

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    • Joe Jared
      Joe Jared
      September 24, 2022 at 10:02 pm

      Logan County Family Court is a sh!tshow. My daughter’s younger brother would have had a much better life with us than he could have dreamed of, compared to where he is now. I am so grateful to have already asserted custody of my daughter and was outside their jurisdiction, otherwise I might well have never seen her again.

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  2. Megan gross
    Megan gross
    September 22, 2022 at 1:42 pm

    Agreed a bunch of b s. Gal is a joke

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