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  • Child Custody

    The latest posts for Child Custody are listed below.
    • Tips for Effective Co-Parenting

      Co-parenting is never easy. It is difficult enough for married couples to agree wholeheartedly on their parenting styles, let alone two people who were once together but have now chosen to separate. As a result, attempting to co-parent can be a struggle--especially if you are concerned about your ex’s judgement, decision-making skills, and parenting habits. However, every parent wants the best for ...
    • 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 ...

    Divorce

    The latest posts for Divorce are listed below.
    • How are Retirement Benefits Divided in an Ohio Divorce?

      As part of any divorce, finances are typically at the forefront of one’s concerns. No one wants to give up their rightfully earned assets, no matter how amicable they are with their ex-spouse. As a result, people often enter into protracted, combative disagreements regarding all things financial, particularly retirement benefits. Depending on the specifics of your particular situation, our ...
    • Tips for Effective Co-Parenting

      Co-parenting is never easy. It is difficult enough for married couples to agree wholeheartedly on their parenting styles, let alone two people who were once together but have now chosen to separate. As a result, attempting to co-parent can be a struggle--especially if you are concerned about your ex’s judgement, decision-making skills, and parenting habits. However, every parent wants the best for ...
    • Dividing the Family Home

      Your Options on Dividing the Family Home in a Divorce Perhaps one of the most contentious aspects of divorce is agreeing on what to do with the marital home. Deciding what to do with the family home can be incredibly difficult, because it all depends on a number of factors that are specific to each couple. If you have children, you may want to keep the home because you don’t want them to ...

    News

    The latest posts for News are listed below.
    • Hidden Provision in Rewritten Uniformed Services Former Spouses' Protection Act

      When the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017 became law on December 23, 2016, it did not garner much attention. If people knew that a subtle clause within the paperwork impacted the split retirement pay of divorcing active duty military members, it may have caught more eyes and headlines. When the act was signed, it also turned official some rewrites to the Uniformed Services ...

    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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