Family Law Attorney Robert Mues looks at the importance of Prenuptial Agreements and recent analysis of census data conducte by the Pew Research Center that indicates women have outpaced men in education and earnings, growth.
Attorney Anne Shale discusses several scenerios in a Family Law case when a parent (Father or Mother) is facing or experiencing a loss of employment, and can’t pay child or spousal support.
Attorney Robert Mues of the Ohio Family Law Blog examines the statistics for men who receive child support and custody of their children from their spouse. Also known as “Manimony”.
Attorney Anne Shale adds 10 more factors to consider in Part 2 of “Factors The Court Considers In Determining Whether Or Not To Award Spousal Support”. [e]: The duration of the marriage. The longer the duration of the marriage, the
When discussing whether or not a Court will award spousal support, formerly known as alimony, to one of the parties in a divorce proceeding, we must first define what spousal support is. Section 3105.18 of the Ohio Revised Code defines