In the News

Custody battle for children

How Can a Mother Lose a Custody Battle?

There is often a misconception that in divorce, the mother is automatically awarded custody of her children. But as Ohio laws have changed over the years, you might wonder how a mother can lose a custody battle for her children.  The goal of the Ohio court system is to ensure the safety and protection of …
Read More

Person reviewing a family trust

What Happens to a Family Trust in a Divorce?

If you’re in the midst of a divorce, you’re likely wrestling with many new challenges. While the emotional toll of your marriage ending is difficult enough, you also have to start navigating the distribution of marital and separate property, including a family trust, which can sometimes get messy. Regarding divorce, Ohio is considered an equitable …
Read More

if I have sole custody do I have to allow visitation

If I Have Sole Custody, Do I Have to Allow Visitation?

Ohio Legislature has changed the laws over the years, and if you’re a parent going through a divorce or custody battle, it can sometimes be challenging to navigate. Ohio Legislature has removed the term “custody” from their language and now allocates “parental rights and responsibilities” for the care of any children involved in a custody …
Read More

what is a divorce decree

What is a Divorce Decree?

A divorce decree is a court document signed by a magistrate/judge and filed that signifies the legal end of your marriage. It is issued by Ohio courts when your divorce is officially finalized. But why is a divorce decree necessary in Ohio? What’s included in a divorce decree? And how do you get a copy …
Read More

does it matter who files for divorce first in ohio

Does it Matter Who Files for Divorce First in Ohio?

It’s never a happy moment when you realize your marriage is over. However, once you’ve made the final decision to divorce your spouse, you’re probably anxious to get things moving as quickly as possible. But, should you be the first to file for divorce? And does it matter who files for divorce first in Ohio? …
Read More

does family court handle divorce in ohio

Does Family Court Handle Divorce?

Navigating a divorce is never easy. It’s common to have many questions about your divorce, especially if it’s your first time going through a separation. When it comes to divorce and family law, you might be wondering if family court can handle both divorce and child custody agreements. Learning more about the function of family …
Read More

how long does a divorce take in Ohio

How Long Does a Divorce Take?

Once you’ve made the difficult decision to get a divorce, you want to close that chapter of your life as quickly as possible. So, how long does a divorce take in Ohio? Since there are a lot of steps involved in getting a divorce, the whole process can vary in length. In general, you should …
Read More

Is a Prenup a Good Idea? Prenuptial Agreement Pros and Cons

Is a Prenup a Good Idea? Prenuptial Agreement Pros and Cons

If you’re wondering, “Is a prenup a good idea?” this article will help clear things up so you can make the best decision for you and your future spouse.   If there is one thing you probably don’t want to think about when planning your wedding, it’s probably a prenuptial agreement. It’s not romantic but …
Read More

High Income/High Net Worth Divorce: Dos and Don’ts

Trying to resolve a high income/high net worth marriage is emotionally and often legally complex. But when you take into consideration the additional complexities of a high income/high net worth divorce, it can be too much to bear on your own. If you or your spouse are a high net worth individual, it’s important to …
Read More

How to File for Joint Custody in Ohio

If you’re wondering how to file for joint custody in Ohio, you’re not alone since there are several options for deciding custody of your child. Before you file a parental rights and responsibilities case with the Court, consider your options: Try to work out an agreement with the other parent outside of court, and ask …
Read More

1 2 3 6
Call Today for a

Confidential Consultation

Every client’s family and situation are unique please contact us with any questions or for a risk free consultation.

"*" indicates required fields