Improving Resiliency

Resiliency is a topic that I find myself discussing often with my divorce clients. I recently came across an interesting article on that subject which prompted this post. Resilience can de defined as the human ability to deal with, learn

Estate Planning After Divorce, Statutory Protections Against The Ex-Spouse

After a termination of the marriage of a man and woman, the newly divorced man or woman often fails to consider reviewing and updating his or her estate planning documents a top priority. In the past, this sometimes resulted in

Factors The Court Considers In Determining Whether To Award Spousal Support Pt. 2

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

Factors The Court Considers In Determining Whether To Award Spousal Support Pt. 1

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

Need Free Legal Help to Avoid Foreclosure?

If you are behind on your mortgage payments and facing possible foreclosure on your home, there is an excellent program that the Ohio Attorney General’s office has instituted. The new program is called “Save the Dream”. You can call their

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