Commissions and Ohio Child Support – A New Ohio Supreme Court Decision

Commissions and Ohio Child Support – A New Ohio Supreme Court Decision

Under the new Supreme Court Decision, A.S. v. J.W., 2019-Ohio-2473, which was decided on June 25, 2019, commissions that are one time award are not to be included when calculating gross income for child support calculations.

Blast From The Past: Divorce, Summer Holidays for Those Newly Divorced

Blast From The Past: Divorce, Summer Holidays for Those Newly Divorced

Psychotherapist Donna F. Ferber penned this post back in 2015. It is still a good read about the struggles a newly divorced person experiences during the summer holidays.

Three Costly Mistakes to Avoid in Your Divorce!

Three Costly Mistakes to Avoid in Your Divorce!

As a Dayton, Ohio, family law lawyer for 40 years, I have lots of experience helping people in all kinds of divorce situations from relatively simple cases to complex high conflict cases. Here are some tips based on the experience that I have gained.

How to Help Your Kids Deal with Tough Times

How to Help Your Kids Deal with Tough Times

Bad stuff happens to our kids every day. Wise parents don’t go to extraordinary means to protect kids from life, but rather they help their children manage minor frustrations or major traumas. These are the ways I approach these kids in my office.

Same Sex Couples Count for the 2020 Census

Same Sex Couples Count for the 2020 Census

As of 2020, same sex couples will be officially tracked by the United States Census. For the record, same-sex marriage is legal in 19 states and in the District of Columbia. North Dakota has banned it. According to a Pew Research Report, this is the first time the United States Census Bureau will ask specifically for same-sex couples to identify themselves. Other questions on the form include age, sex, Hispanic origin, race, relationship status, homeownership status, and citizenship.

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