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  • Child Custody

    The latest posts for Child Custody are listed below.
    • The Parental Relocation Process in Ohio

      Because everybody’s life has the ability to take a sudden turn that may require you to have to relocate. This includes those who have gone through a divorce and are sharing child custody or who have visitation privileges. As such, the state of Ohio has created a process which these parents must go through in order to get the court’s approval to relocate with their children over state lines. Let’s ...
    • Five Child Custody Mistakes You Can Avoid During a Divorce

      Child custody is frequently a number one priority for divorcing parents preparing to end their marriage. While the courts have adopted a more collaborative view on how divorced parents should share custody and parenting duties, there are still many key decisions that need to be made to determine these arrangements and allocate responsibilities and rights among the two parents. Unfortunately, many ...
    • Can I Prevent My Ex From Moving My Child Out of State?

      Child custody is one of the most complex and contentious aspects of many divorce cases. Although courts will typically order a parenting plan which grants parenting time to the non-custodial parent, circumstances can often change in the years following a divorce. In some cases, the custodial parent will wish to move with their child, often out of state. How Can I Block A Move? While there is no ...

    Divorce

    The latest posts for Divorce are listed below.
    • Facebook Leads to Increased Divorce Rates

      While Facebook has become such an integral part of our online society, the popular social network has had a number of unforeseen influences on our daily lives. One such surprising influence has been an increase in the number of divorces amongst regular users. A study conducted by the scholarly journal Computers in Human Behavior noted that while it is not clear whether or not Facebook is at fault ...
    • Angelina Jolie Files for Divorce From Brad Pitt

      Angelina Jolie Files for Divorce From Brad Pitt In what is bound to be one of Hollywood’s highest profile divorces, Angelina Jolie is ending her marriage with husband Brad Pitt. Angelina filed for divorce on Monday, citing irreconcilable differences. She lists the date of separation as Sept. 15. According to sources, Angelina’s decision to initiate the divorce is due to the method in which Brad ...
    • Conducting Yourself in a Courtroom

      Many people can be intimidated by the thought of having to appear before a judge in their divorce case. For those who will be experiencing a legal proceeding for the first time, there are a few things you should know before setting foot inside a courtroom. Adhering to these general guidelines may not have a significant outcome on your case, but they will still help you so they are important to ...

    Prenuptial Agreements

    The latest posts for Prenuptial Agreements are listed below.
    • 6 Strange (and Likely Unenforceable) Prenuptial Clauses

      Prenuptial agreements are a common marriage tool employed by wealthy couples or couples with a high degree of unequal earning. Prenuptials , as our Columbus divorce lawyers have mentioned before, are a powerful resource for couples at any income level—it provides clarity about money behavior, lends transparency to each spouse’s expectation, and even offers a way of strengthening your marriage by ...
    • Things to Include in Your Prenuptial Agreement

      Before getting married, many couples obtain a prenuptial agreement – also referred to as a “prenup” – to ensure that each person’s property and assets are protected. There seems to be a public perception that these types of contracts are for the wealthy elite, but the truth is, regardless of your financial situation, prenuptial agreements clarify each spouse’s financial rights and protect them ...
    • Common Prenuptial Agreement Mistakes to Avoid

      Are you committed to having a prenuptial agreement before you get married? Or have a partner who would like you to sign one before your wedding? These matters can be sensitive for a couple and, to alleviate some of the awkwardness, many couples streamline the prenuptial agreement process just to "get it over with." However, a careful approach is needed for this process and, too many times, couples ...
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