My Ex Won’t Let Me Have My Kids Because of the Coronavirus. What Can I do?

My Ex Won’t Let Me Have My Kids Because of the Coronavirus. What Can I do?

I have been practicing family law and divorce in Ohio for over 40 years. Coronavirus is a novel situation, but I will do my best to share some insights into this topic. The COVID-19 situation is a very fluid situation. In addition, each case and the analysis would be dependent on the facts of the specific case as well as the Court and Judge. […]

Parenting Issues and Tips in the Age of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Parenting Issues and Tips in the Age of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Ohio is under a state of emergency declared by Governor DeWine. Life will be very different for all of us for the foreseeable future. The ramifications of the viral nightmare are significant and changing by the hour. Not only do we need to practice social distancing but schools are closed – jobs and business are changing and many being lost. […]

Tips for Divorce Lawyers Dealing with Grey Divorce Matters

Tips for Divorce Lawyers Dealing with Grey Divorce Matters

More and more couples over age 50 are divorcing these days. Today about one in four people are going through ‘grey divorces.’ I have witnessed this trend expand exponentially over the last 30 plus years. Assisting divorce clients who are over 50 has some unique challenges. It seems that in the majority of these cases one spouse perceives the divorce request as coming out of ‘left field’. Most are long term marriages and most often it is the wife who decides she wants out. I have written about this topic previously. […]

Blast From The Past: FOMO: Does it Impact Decisions to File for Divorce?

Blast From The Past: FOMO: Does it Impact Decisions to File for Divorce?

Technology has created a glut of new words and expressions. It also has “repurposed” old words; a mouse is no longer just a rodent in my basement. A crash is not a vehicular accident, a chip is not just used for scooping up onion dip and a pad is not just a monthly required feminine product. […]

Legal Separation in Ohio: What Does it Legally Mean?

Legal Separation in Ohio: What Does it Legally Mean?

Ending a relationship can be frustrating. Likewise, understanding the process involved can be confusing. In Ohio, there are only three ways legally to terminate a marriage: divorce, dissolution, and annulment. While those three ways are the only methods to terminate a marriage legally, a couple can also seek what is known as a “legal separation”. […]

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