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
Part Two: Should I Hire a Private Investigator After the Divorce?
In the first blog, we dealt with Sally who has been married to Jim for 15 years. If you haven’t read that one, please go back to that and catch… CONTINUE
Transferring Assets Through a Divorce vs. Transferring Assets to Avoid Losing Them in Litigation
Could Dr. Hasel of Mt. Carmel Hospital Transfer Ownership of a House? Can You Adopt Your Adult Girlfriend to Protect Assets? At the conclusion of the divorce or dissolution, the… CONTINUE
Part One: Should I Hire a Private Investigator Before I File for Divorce?
This question is usually posed in two different scenarios. This blog will deal with one of the two scenarios: Sally comes into the divorce lawyer’s office. She has been married… CONTINUE
Divorce or Dissolution: Who Gets the Coffee Pot?
So, after 25 years Mary and John have decided to part ways. The kids are now grown, and they both feel that they can terminate the marriage by dissolution, rather… CONTINUE
She Didn’t Bother with a Prenuptial Agreement
SHE DIDN’T BOTHER WITH A PRENUP AND SHE DRESSED IN A BEAUTIFUL WEDDING DRESS BUT HER VOWS WERE HER REVENGE! With or without a Prenuptial Agreement, getting married is one… CONTINUE
So Your Spouse Is Cheating . . .
When you walked down that aisle and said “I Do”, you never thought that he or she would even consider cheating. I mean, on that wedding day, all of your… CONTINUE
Could I lose custody of the kids if I move in with someone?
The first answer is no. The mere fact of moving in with someone does not cause you to lose custody of the children. Opposing council has to prove that someone… CONTINUE
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