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Columbus Family Lawyers Who Get Results

Blog Posts in 2015

  • Stay-at-home mom reentering the workforce Q&A

    I’m a stay-at-home mom getting a divorce. Where do I start? Ohio family lawyer, Amy Weis, digs into your divorce questions. Are you a stay-at-home mom facing divorce? No idea where to start? You’re not alone. I consistently meet with women in Columbus, Ohio, who are venturing back into a career long after graduating college or giving their two weeks notice. While your next steps to independence ...
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  • My family disapproves of my divorce

    What to do when your family disapproves of your divorce. If you’re facing divorce, lawyers in Ohio put your needs first. Deciding to leave your spouse is difficult enough without having to face the disapproval of family members. Confronting another’s pain, whether your family’s, your friends’ or your children’s, is one of the toughest consequences of separation. Follow these tips to handle your ...
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  • I want a divorce

    How to tell your spouse it's over. Saying, “I want a divorce,” is a tricky, painful business. No one wants to be the bad guy and no one wants to make the first move. However, if you’ve been unhappy in your marriage for a considerable time, the “D” word has probably been on your mind for months, if not years. There are right ways and wrong ways– considerate and hurtful ways– to end a marriage. The ...
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  • Is forgiveness good for your health?

    Is forgiveness good for your health? Doctors prove forgiving your ex is good for your heart – in more ways than one. In a nutshell, forgiveness is a decision to let go of resentment and thoughts of revenge. The Mayo Clinic writes that “forgiveness doesn't mean that you deny the other person's responsibility for hurting you, and it doesn't minimize or justify the wrong. You can forgive the person ...
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  • A divorce expert offers tips for women to help keep the focus on what is important

    In his book, “Divorce: Think Financially, Not Emotionally,” Jeffrey Landers teaches women to prepare for– and endure– a divorce with the hopes of coming out on the other side financially stable, not just for the time being, but for life. It’s important to remember that the consequences of making mistakes in divorce settlements, when spouses are often at their emotional wit’s end, can last a ...
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