Family And Criminal Law Blog

Adjustment of child support orders in Ohio

When a parent cannot afford child support in Ohio, he or she should request a review and adjustment of support orders from the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services. If a parent does not request a review and adjustment, and if he or she fails to make child...

Winning a custody battle in Ohio

According to the Ohio State Bar Association, Ohio recognizes two forms of child custody: sole custody and shared parenting. In a situation in which the court's award sole custody, one parent assumes the decision-making rights regarding the care and welfare of the...

What are possible defenses to robbery?

If the state of Ohio recently charged you or a loved one with robbery, you risk a felony conviction. A felony conviction may result in a prison term of anywhere between nine months and 11 years long, as well as a fine of up to $20,000. Fortunately, a charge is not a...

Will you have to pay manimony after your divorce?

If you are an Ohio woman who earns a substantial salary at your job, you undoubtedly are rightfully proud of the success you have achieved in the business world. Unfortunately, however, your high earning capacity may not serve you well if you get a divorce. How so? If...

Theft, robbery, burglary: How are they different?

Should law enforcement officers charge you with allegedly stealing something in Ohio, they may or may not charge you with stealing per se. Instead, they may charge you with theft or robbery or burglary. FindLaw explains that these three white collar crimes, while...

Why you should consider signing a prenuptial agreement

As you prepare for your Ohio wedding, probably the last thing on your mind is entering into a prenuptial agreement prior to your marriage. Nevertheless, you and your intended may well wish to consider signing a prenup before you marry, especially if one or both of you...

Understanding Ohio OVI penalties

If you face DUI charges in Ohio, defending against them to the best of your and your attorney’s ability represents your best course of action. The last thing you need is a conviction because that puts your freedom at stake, as well as leaving you facing fines and...

I have been convicted of a DUI, now what?

Driving under the influence in Ohio leads to a variety of serious consequences. Along with being arrested and having to pay a fine, there are other punishments you may also be faced with depending on the circumstances of your case. Very Well Mind offers some examples...

What are some of the warning signs of divorce?

While every couple is different, there are certain common patterns that emerge when divorce is imminent. Being able to identify these patterns allows you to take the right steps to save your marriage, but it also prepares you in the event that a divorce does occur....

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