Columbus Family Lawyers Who Get Results

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…

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Do minors have a place in contested visitation proceedings? Ohio minor argues Constitutional Right to participate in a parental dispute. At Bucyrus High School today, the Ohio Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in the case of In re A.G. This case begs the question: Do the U.S. Constitution and the Ohio Constitution guarantee minors the right…

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Five underhanded tactics used by husbands in divorce. How Columbus divorce attorneys deal with a dishonest spouse. Going up against your husband in a legal battle may feel like a David and Goliath circumstance. If you’re like many married women, you trust your husband to handle the household finances and operate with the understanding that…

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Sexual Abuse Awareness Month: Taking action in your marriage If you’re facing abuse in your marriage, it may be time to seek a Columbus divorce attorney With over 12,000 reports of spousal abuse in Ohio in 2012, Sexual Abuse Awareness Month this April brings an opportunity to give guidance on very real issue of domestic…

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A new documentary gives a face to the families affected by Prop 8 The Case Against 8 follows the landmark lawsuit pursued after Proposition 8 revoked same-sex marriage in California Can we reach national marriage equality in the next five years? In a question and answer session following a screening of the documentary The Case Against 8,…

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Legal separation may trump divorce. Is legal separation the best option for your marriage – and your bank account? Many couples who find themselves on the rocks choose to go the trial separation route. But what happens when this test run becomes permanent? Should wives seek a divorce; should husbands file for a legal separation? There…

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Ohio Judge Recognizes Same-Sex Marriage On Death Certificates Ruling may prompt reversal of Ohio’s same-sex marriage ban. A Cincinnati federal judge ordered authorities on Dec. 23 to recognize gay marriage on death certificates – a decision which could set the stage for a reversal of Ohio’s ban on same-sex marriages. The Cincinnati Enquirer writes that…

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Divorce party trend picks up momentum. Could Columbus divorce be cause for celebration? Divorce isn’t an event many want to consider – let alone consider celebrating. But over the past few years, party planners from Vegas to Manhattan have seen a surge in both divorce parties and divorce showers. While graduation parties, wedding showers and…

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