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Spousal Maintenance: What to Do if Your Ex Won’t Pay
19

2023

/March

Spousal Maintenance: What to Do if Your Ex Won’t Pay

Alimony is an important source of financial security in Ohio divorce, as it balances the inequities and ensures the recipient has the support necessary to cope with major life changes.…

How Does the Court Decide if Someone is an Unfit Parent?
14

2023

/February

How Does the Court Decide if Someone is an Unfit Parent?

Ohio divorce and family law courts typically prefer joint child custody between parents, an arrangement in which both participate in the important decisions involved with raising the child. Shared parental…

Can You Oppose a Divorce?
18

2023

/January

Can You Oppose a Divorce?

The question of whether or not you can oppose a divorce actually incorporates multiple concepts, so it is important to clarify the answers. In short, you cannot contest a divorce…

What Should You Include in Your Parenting Plan
12

2022

/December

What Should You Include in Your Parenting Plan

Parties to an Ohio divorce face many legal and financial issues, but parents must also address child custody and visitation as part of the proceedings. Under state law on the…

What to Consider When Creating an Inheritance for Your Minor Children
14

2022

/September

What to Consider When Creating an Inheritance for Your Minor Children

Many factors can influence whether a parent wants to create an inheritance for their minor children. Oftentimes, parents want to plan ahead and ensure that their children have a successful…

Common Financial Issues in a Divorce
18

2022

/July

Common Financial Issues in a Divorce

Every Ohio divorce case is different, but a primary component of the process for both parties is sorting out the financial rights and obligations they have incurred over the course…

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