Prior to divorce couples often give each other gifts for various occasions and celebrations, or for no reason at all, but what happens to all those gifts when [Read the full post. . .]
What about Your Divorce is Causing Your Child’s Stress: First Look in the Mirror
When you are in the divorce process, in a failing marriage, or experiencing other hard times in life, you are likely very stressed. Parents often try [Read the full post. . .]
New Boyfriends and Girlfriends: Stay Out or Pay Out!
When it comes to custody, support, divorce and dissolution, new boyfriends and girlfriends only complicate and impede the legal process. Many new significant others are ready to come to your defense [Read the full post. . .]
– Free legal advice can cost you a lot!
When you have problems in your life you likely talk it out with your friends and family. However, for legal advice you should only be seeking the advice of [Read the full post. . .]
Formerly known as “alimony,” spousal support is payments to an ex-spouse which can be ordered by the Court or agreed to by the parties as part of a settlement. ORC 3105.18 sets forth that “spousal support” means any payment or [Read the full post. . .]
The Child Support Guidelines are guidelines passed by the Ohio legislature which calculate support orders based upon the financial circumstances of both parents. Your attorney provides the information to the court, which will allow it to set a support amount. [Read the full post. . .]
DIVORCE: Kicking your spouse to the curb – make sure you don’t put their stuff there.
Often in movies or commercials when couples split-up, the wife starts throwing all the husband’s stuff into the yard, or puts it in the [Read the full post. . .]
Can’t wait to be rid of your Ex?
Want to start over through divorce?
– Just wait to get pregnant!
Many times in divorce the parties have been living separately for some time. Many times parties are already engaged to [Read the full post. . .]
Marriages may be legally ended in one of two ways–divorce or dissolution of marriage. In order to obtain a divorce, one party must allege that his or her spouse has been at fault under one of the statutory grounds. [Read the full post. . .]