Internet Evidence In Ohio: Will It Hold Up in A Court of Law?

Internet Evidence In Ohio: Will It Hold Up in A Court of Law?

In this day and age, it is not surprising that technology and the internet have found their way into our court systems. The use of internet data as evidence in federal and Ohio courts has become reality. How did this happen?

GAL: Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Required to Obtain a Release of Information From the Parties Involved?

GAL: Should a Guardian Ad Litem Be Required to Obtain a Release of Information From the Parties Involved?

In Ohio, a guardian ad litem (GAL), is appointed by the court to assist a domestic or juvenile court in determining what is in a minor child’s best interest. But should A GAL be required to obtain a release of information?

Blast From The Past: Fathers are Indeed Important!

Blast From The Past: Fathers are Indeed Important!

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

Life Insurance Policies on Ex-Spouses: Can and Should a Divorce Court Allow These?

Life Insurance Policies on Ex-Spouses: Can and Should a Divorce Court Allow These?

Should A Life Insurance Policy Still Be In Place To Ensure Spousal Support Even After It Has Stopped? No matter what side of the coin you are on, it is important to make sure you discuss your life insurance policy case with a knowledgeable family law attorney.

Blast From The Past: Hitting The Airwaves With “Big George” On The BBC

Blast From The Past: Hitting The Airwaves With “Big George” On The BBC

Attorney Robert Mues is interviewed by the BBC’s “Late Show with Big George”. Topics discussed include prenuptial agreements, and the landmark UK court decision, Radmacher v. Granatino. Listen to the nine-minute interview!

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