Blast From The Past: Strategies to Make Your Christmas Less Stressful

Blast from the past 10 years Ohio Family Law Blog

Donna F. Ferber, a psychotherapist from Connecticut, shares her easy tips on how to make your Christmas less stressful and your holdidays more enjoyable after a Divorce or Seperation.

Divorce: 25 Details Often Overlooked in Negotiations…Plus 5 New Bonus Additions!

Blast from the past 10 years Ohio Family Law Blog

PUBLISHERS NOTE: This article on divorce was originally posted on January 19, 2013. I have now added the last 5 items. The list keeps evolving with the advances in technology and social media platforms and the advent of the legalization

Blast From The Past: I Want to Keep the House, But Should I?

Blast from the past 10 years Ohio Family Law Blog

I Want to Keep the House, But Should I? This is one of the questions I am asked all of the time. Of course, the correct answer is “It depends.” The home often accounts for a large percentage of the entire marital estate.

Blast From The Past: Fathers are Indeed Important!

Blast from the past 10 years Ohio Family Law Blog

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

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

Blast from the past 10 years Ohio Family Law Blog

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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