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

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. Whether to retain the home after

Antenuptial Agreements, An Effective Estate Planning Tool

Antenuptial agreements, also often referred to as prenuptial agreements, are sometimes derided as taking the romance out of marriage and transforming the event and institution into a business arrangement. Some claim that the use of an antenuptial agreement is an

Avoid Headache, Safeguard Your Assets

Jeffrey Lalloway, publisher of the California Divorce and Family Law Blog, wrote this excellent article. I couldn’t agree more with his suggestions! Lessen impact of divorce on credit If you’re planning to file for divorce this year or are already

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