Blast From The Past: A large body of research overwhelmingly suggests children do best when they have both a mother and a father involved in their lives. Perseverance may no doubt be required, but Dads need to press on to be as involved as much as they can with their children
Recent Study Say Couples Experience Increased Unhappiness In Their Second Marriage, Have Regrets Over Divorce Recently there has been some publicity of individuals expressing their regrets regarding obtaining their divorce. A completely anonymous website, known as http://www.secretregrets.com/, allows individuals who
Family Law Attorney John Meehling looks at a recent study by the Center on Children and Families at Brookings that says Cohabitation and not Divorce is now the greatest threat to the welfare of children in the United States.
Family Law and Personal Injury Attorney, Robert Mues, provides an update on the Ohio Legislature’s attempt to have Ohio join the growing list of states that have banned texting and driving, better known as intextication.
Guest Contributor, Daniel Pollack, MSSA (MSW), JD examines research data on youth runaways from foster homes and provides examples of precentative measures caregivers can take to avoid legal liability.