14th May 2014

Our attorney’s have been practicing family law in Cincinnati, Hamilton, Clermont and Warren counties for over 20 years. During this time period we have seen the same misconceptions about divorce from potential clients.  Our office has compiled a list of … more

24th Apr 2014

Dealing with a family law issue, whether it be a divorce, dissolution, child support or post decree issue, can be one of the most dramatic times in an individual’s life. Choosing the lawyer best able to handle your specific issue … more

14th Apr 2014

Clients often come to our attorneys and ask, “Why should I choose a collaborative divorce?”   Our answer is simple, the ability of the parties to craft the outcome vs. the Court dictating the final terms.  There are still many attorneys … more

28th Mar 2014

IN RE: S.D. BUTLER CA2013-08-138 OPINION AFFIRMED FACTS: – Biological mother appeals a decision of the Butler County Juvenile Court granting permanent custody of her daughter to a children services agency. PERMANENT CUSTODY; JURISDICTION; VENUE – Butler County Juvenile Court … more

14th Mar 2014

This is the number one question that almost all of our clients ask when involved in a dissolution of marriage. Child support in Ohio is controlled by Ohio Revised Code Section 3119.  It does not matter if you live in … more

27th Feb 2014

Going through a divorce is never easy, but there are things an individual can do or not do to ease the pain of terminating a marriage.  We have been exclusively practicing family law for the past 20 years and the … more

12th Feb 2014

Many clients come to our office wanting to terminate their marriage, but are unsure of the best way to go about the process.  The quickest and most cost effective way to terminate a marriage in Ohio is by entering into … more

31st Jan 2014

Bankruptcy and Divorce or Dissolutions often go hand in hand. Sometimes this is a benefit to the parties, other times, if your attorney is not versed in family and bankruptcy law, major problems can occur. Prior to opening The Law … more

16th Jan 2014

Currently spousal support in Ohio is determined on a case by case basis. In determining the amount and duration of spousal support the Court is governed by Ohio Revised Code Section 3105.18. This code section lists a number of factors … more