Changing a child’s last name in Ohio when you are an unmarried parent can be a complicated process. Learn more about the process here.
Even mentioning the word “prenup” can bring up bad feelings between some couples, but it is important to know what you’re agreeing to before you sign. Here are six prenuptial mistakes you should avoid.
You don’t need an attorney to get one. Prenups aren’t worth the paper they’re written on, and there is no such thing as a “quicky divorce.”
Going through the multistep process of reclaiming your original name will be challenging if you don’t have a divorce decree in hand.
With the consent of each parent, a child custody modification will be relatively painless; it is only subject to court approval.
A limited scenario in which a divorce case might be permitted to be reopened.
Is it possible to file an application and get divorce forms via the Internet? Without personal attendance, without having to sit through court hearings? Nowadays, yes, it is indeed possible. However, there are several rules and laws concerning how to get the final decree without court hearings and wasted time. We are going to talk […]
Questions and answers regarding a variety of common Ohio family law issues – especially regarding Ohio divorce custody and support.
Before filing for divorce, it is likely you would like an estimate of how a judge will examine you and your spouse’s assets. Most importantly, you would like an idea of the future awards or obligations that will result from the divorce. Yet, in Nevada (and in most other jurisdictions), such a reasonable request from […]
What would you do? You’re legally married – or you think you are – but then find out a previous marriage is still legal.