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Divorce

What becomes of the family business in a divorce?

When going through a divorce in Ohio, it's a good idea to think about how you'll protect your interest in the family business. Aside from the obvious emotional aspects of your divorce, it can help you to remember that divorce is essentially a business transaction....

How your spouse could dissipate your assets

The dissipation of marital assets is similar, in some ways, to attempting to hide those assets. At least, the goal is the same. The person who is doing it does not want to divide those assets with their spouse during the divorce. If you’re worried that your spouse is...

Want to switch your kid’s school? Plan a year in advance.

You clearly want your child to have the best possible educational experience. You know how valuable that’s going to be for their future and their career. So, when you feel like the current school isn’t quite meeting all their needs, you might decide that you want to...

Covering defamation in family legal cases

As shown in many high-profile celebrity cases, defamation results in expensive lawsuits and settlements. During a divorce or child custody case, defamation is the use of false statements that are presented as true. There are certain legal procedures used to challenge...

Bad court ruling in your divorce? Appealing is an option

Nobody gets everything they want in a divorce. But some divorce decrees or rulings are particularly one-sided. Fortunately, you don't have to take a bad or unfair ruling lying down. Just like with any other trial ruling, you can always appeal it to a higher court....

Divorce rates trend downward in the first half of 2021

Despite a sharp uptick in divorce filings in the early months of the pandemic, divorce rates have eased significantly in Ohio and across the rest of the country. But will that trend continue? Relationship experts say that’s unlikely as vaccinations increase and...