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When Fault Matters in No-Fault Divorce Cases

Despite going through a no-fault divorce, fault may come into play during the divorce process.

7 Common Divorce Mistakes to Avoid

About to begin a divorce, or already in the thick of one? Everything you do is just as important as all the things you don't do. Make one big mistake and your chances of upholding your best interests before the family law court could be diminished significantly.

By:Kevin Cadora| January 12, 2018 | (0) Comments |

Are You Really Separated? Try This 16-Part Separation Test

Marriage, divorce, and separation is never simple, try out this separation test.

15 Interview Questions to Ask a Divorce Lawyer

Many clients interview a divorce lawyer without thinking in advance of all the questions to ask.  This guide will help. 

By:David Wilkinson| April 20, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Divorce and the Division of Your Assets

In addition to the pain and hurt feelings involved, there are also the legalities, which include dividing your assets.

By:Jane Hurst| April 07, 2017 | (0) Comments |

Can I Afford to Get Divorced?

An Introduction to the costs associated with divorce litigation.

Getting Evidence of Infidelity: How Much a Private Investigator Costs

If you want to find evidence of infidelity, then you'll need a private investigator. Here's how they charge, and what you can expect to pay to catch a cheating spouse in the act.

By:Elliot Rysenbry| March 15, 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 |


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