Couples in Ohio Now Have the Option of Creating Postnuptial Agreements
Governor DeWine recently signed a bill into law that legalizes postnuptial agreements in Ohio. This allows married couples to enter into legally binding agreements after they marry, similar to executing…Read More
Weis Law Group Recognized by Ohio Super Lawyers® for 15th Straight Year
The prestigious peer review journal Super Lawyers® has honored the team at Weis Law Group with several awards for 2023. Partner Amy Weis was named to the Super Lawyers list…Read More
Who Gets the Bitcoin in a Divorce?
Bitcoin and other forms of cryptocurrency have added a new spin to property division in divorce. In theory, crypto should be treated like other marital assets. But practical challenges often…Read More
We Are Proud to Stand with the AAML™ in supporting the right of reproductive liberty as a fundamental human right.
Last week, the Board of Governors of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers™ adopted a resolution condemning Dobbs v. Jackson. In that decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the…Read More
Can I Divorce-Proof My Dog?
In honor of National Guide Dog Month, we wanted to address a potential area of stress that clients are often reluctant to discuss. They worry that their ex will get…Read More
Divorce for LGBTQIA+ Couples: Avoiding Potential Pitfalls
During Pride Month, we celebrate the victories and look ahead to address the challenges members of the LGBTQIA+ community face. Perhaps surprisingly, some of those challenges involve divorce. Although LGBTQIA+…Read More
Managing Your Mental Health in Divorce
Experts consider divorce to be one of the three most traumatic events you can experience in life. The other two are the death of a loved one and moving to…Read More
It’s Financial Literacy Month—Do You Understand How Spousal Support Works in Ohio?
April is National Financial Literacy Month—a yearly reminder that we all need to take time to educate ourselves on money matters to keep our household finances operating effectively. This year,…Read More
Watching or Being Watched—What You Need to Know About Tracking Devices in Ohio
Technology makes it easy to track someone without their knowledge. Partners have been using devices such as GPS trackers to follow each other’s whereabouts for some time now, but new…Read More