An Ohio Divorce Custody and Support Discussion

An Ohio Divorce Custody and Support Discussion

Questions and Answers re Various Ohio Family Law Issues–Ohio Divorce Custody and Support Discussion

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An Ohio Divorce Custody and Support Discussion

Ohio Divorce Custody and Support Discussion

Questions and answers regarding a variety of common Ohio family law issues – especially regarding Ohio divorce custody and support.

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Putative Marriage: Married 25 Years and Left with No Spousal Support?

Putative Marriage: Married 25 Years and Left with No Spousal Support?

What would you do? You’re legally married or, think you are but find out a previous marriage is still legal.

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Unhappy in Your Marriage? You Won’t Get a Divorce in England!

Unhappy in Your Marriage? You Won’t Get a Divorce in England!

Be happy you’re living in the United States if you’re unhappy in your marriage!

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New California Law on Deciding Pet Custody During Divorce

New California Law on Deciding Pet Custody During Divorce

A new California pet law which takes effect in early 2019 will allow couples involved in divorce settlements to petition for sole or joint ownership of a pet.

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Why Collaborative Law Can Fail the Litigator

Why Collaborative Law Can Fail the Litigator

An eye-opening look at how the collaborative law process could fail both litigators and their clients.

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How Dealing with the New Alimony Law May Make Divorce Even More Painful!

How Dealing with the New Alimony Law May Make Divorce Even More Painful!

The new alimony law – effective as of January 1, 2019 – has effectively taken the longstanding alimony tax deduction and thrown it into the proverbial trash. Should you be worried?

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The Divorce Process: What to Expect Step by Step

The Divorce Process: What to Expect Step by Step

The divorce process doesn’t come with a “how-to” manual, and there is no “one-size-fits-all” approach. However, there are some commonalities.   Entering the world of divorce is a daunting experience. You are likely fearful of the reactions from those affected and uncertain of your future. Adding to the unpredictability, most of us have no idea where […]

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Divorce Litigation: When Is It Necessary and How Does It Work?

Divorce Litigation: When Is It Necessary and How Does It Work?

Going through a divorce is never easy. In complex cases or when couples can’t reach an agreement, divorce litigation may be necessary.  Navigating divorce is complicated. From dividing assets to creating parenting plans, understanding retirement benefits, and more, you must take many things into consideration when going through a divorce. While some couples may be […]

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Child Support Accountability: Are There Limitations on How Child Support Must Be Spent?

Child Support Accountability: Are There Limitations on How Child Support Must Be Spent?

When receiving child support, a parent is expected to spend the money on essentials for the children. But are there laws enforcing child support accountability and ensuring funds are spent appropriately?  

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