Divorce for LGBTQIA+ Couples: Avoiding Potential Pitfalls

June 22, 2022

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+…

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Managing Your Mental Health in Divorce

June 3, 2022

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…

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It’s Financial Literacy Month—Do You Understand How Spousal Support Works in Ohio?

April 27, 2022

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,…

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Watching or Being Watched—What You Need to Know About Tracking Devices in Ohio

March 15, 2022

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…

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Do You Need to Worry About Love Bombing?

February 14, 2022

It could be the dream that turns into a nightmare. When a new romantic partner showers you with gifts and attention, you may feel like you’ve found “the one.” Someone…

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Review the Checklist for Divorce in Ohio

February 1, 2022

This January, instead of the usual new year’s resolution to diet or exercise, you may have something much more serious on your mind. You may be contemplating or already in…

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Navigating the Holidays During a Divorce

December 21, 2021

December has been designated as “Stress-Free Family Holidays Month.” While it may seem impossible to combine the terms “stress-free,” “family,” and “holidays” all in the same sentence, it is possible…

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In Honor of National Fondue Month…Who Gets the Fondue Pot in Divorce?

November 23, 2021

Did you know that November is National “Fun with Fondue” Month? Cheese fondue is thought to have originated with economical Swiss country folk looking for a way to use up…

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Domestic Violence During Divorce: Recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October 26, 2021

Domestic violence and abuse is a an all-too-common reality, affecting almost 20 percent of all marriages and intimate partnerships, according to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).…

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