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12 Tips to Take Hold of Your Finances after Divorce

Divorce can throw your financial life into temporary chaos. Follow these 12 tips for a smoother and more abundant transition.

By:Sylvia Smith| May 11, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Three Considerations an Attorney Makes When Taking a Family Law Case

Communication is key regarding an attorney's considerations when taking a family law case.

By:William L Geary| May 08, 2017 | (0) Comments |

The Top Three Big Divorce Expenses

Prepare yourself by reviewing the divorce expenses ahead of you and how to be ready for the punches. 

Can I Afford to Get Divorced?

An Introduction to the costs associated with divorce litigation.

8 Personal Finance Tips to Follow During Divorce

No matter how difficult the emotional end of things get, you really do have to get a handle on your finances, not only for yourself, but for any dependent children that you are responsible for.

By:Jane Hurst| March 16, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Can Marital Interests in Property Be Declared to Have Existed Pre-Marriage?

Can marital interests in property ever be declared to have existed before the actual date of marriage in Ohio? The answer is “yes” if it would be “inequitable” to decide otherwise.

By:William L Geary| March 07, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Hidden Assets: How to Spot Them, and What to Do About Them

Worried your husband or wife might be hiding money before a divorce? Unfortunately, human nature is human nature, and people often try to take advantage of their spouse and hide assets or during this fragile time.

By:Elliot Rysenbry| February 22, 2017 | (0) Comments |

When Valentine's Day Is the Final Disappointment

When the holiday bills arrive with the financial pressure they can bring, and one more Valentine’s Day is a disappointment, February 15 can be the day to begin the divorce process.

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