Joseph & Joseph & Hanna – Columbus, OH Divorce Lawyers John: So, a couple is getting divorced. They own real estate, any problems if they are both on the loan?… CONTINUE
Divorce, Custody During the COVID-19 Era: The STRESS of it all….
It is 1:00 in the morning and you can’t sleep. In fact, you haven’t slept in days. You just found out that your spouse wants a divorce. Tension is… CONTINUE
Legal Recourse for a Cheating Spouse in Ohio
Columbus family law attorney, Courtney Hanna, discusses your legal recourse under Ohio law if you find your spouse cheating. Audrey Hasson: Or you’ve celebrated countless anniversaries with your spouse. It’s… CONTINUE
Ohio Civil Protection Orders
Columbus family lawyer Courtney Hanna discusses Ohio Civil Protection Orders. Robyn Haines: A few of us ever imagined that we’re going to need help from the court system and law… CONTINUE
Is Spousal Support Appropriate in Your Divorce or Dissolution?
In Ohio, we use the term “spousal support” instead of Alimony. However, whether you call it spousal support or alimony, the question remains:” will I have to pay it?”, or… CONTINUE
Breaking up is Hard to do: Divorce, Dissolution, Annulment, Partition Actions explained.
Breaking up is Hard to do: Divorce, Dissolution, Annulment, Partition Actions explained. Interview of Attorney Courtney Hanna on Daytime Columbus NBC4. Robyn Haines: Well, you have heard it before… CONTINUE
Divorce and School-Aged Children
Speaker 1: All right, you bought the backpack, the calculator, a blue, not green notebook, and all the pencils your kids could possibly need. But what about your parenting agreements,… CONTINUE
Should I Stay in the House During the Divorce?
Jim has been married to Sally for about 15 years, and they have children, ages 3, 7 and 12 years old. Jim earns about $250,000 a year, while Sally has… CONTINUE
“What About Me?”
It’s December, and Sally and Jim have decided to get a divorce. They have also decided to tell their 9 year old daughter, Charlotte, together…as a team…so that neither parent… CONTINUE
WHY A NON-WORKING SPOUSE CAN GET UP TO 50% OF THE ENTIRE ESTATE
Prenuptial Agreements are a great way of protecting your separate property, as well as appreciation on that property, and a great way of converting what could be otherwise considered marital… CONTINUE
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