Effect of “Obamacare” on Tax Dependency Exemption and Required Medical Care for Separated Parents Parents frequently complain about how their children do nothing but cost them money. However, when it comes to taxes, children can actually save their parents some
Marriage Over and Thinking Divorce? Important Information About Ohio Dissolution Proceedings Do you and your spouse BOTH recognize that your marriage is emotionally and all but officially over? Have you been procrastinating moving forward with dissolution and terminating your marriage?
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New Hampshire Case Said to Set Precedent for Same-Sex Couples Upon Divorce, But is Ohio Law Already Set Up for Courts to Reach Similar Decisions? The Supreme Court of New Hampshire recently held that courts may consider premarital cohabitation when
New Hague Convention Ratification Agreement Expected to Make International Child Support Collection Quicker and Less Costly! This week President Obama signed the instrument of ratification to the 2007 Hague Child Support and Maintenance Convention addressing International Recovery of Child Support.