For the division of child custody in Columbus, is the custody division purely mathematical, or is there ever an instance where the other parent’s behavior is so extreme before and… CONTINUE
In Legal Separation, Is the Other Party Obligated to Keep Paying Insurance Premiums?
At Joseph & Joseph & Hanna we have experience with legal separation cases. If you are legally separated, there has been a full trial or settlement linked to the legal… CONTINUE
After Divorce, How Do I Get My Ex-Spouse To Remove His or Her Possessions From the Home If They Aren’t Cooperating?
Let’s say we’re representing the wife in a divorce proceeding: The husband has left the house, and in the divorce decree it says he is to receive all the items… CONTINUE
What Can I Take With Me If I Move Out Before I File for Divorce?
I would make the following recommendations: Take 100% of everything you had prior to the marriage. Take anything you inherited. Take anything that was gifted to you, and Take 50%… CONTINUE
What Can I Do To Keep My Legal Fees As Low As Possible?
Over our many years in practice, we have found that various circumstances may cause one client’s bill to be higher than that of another client. When we sat down and analyzed it,… CONTINUE
Same-sex Marriage and Divorce in Ohio
Because gay marriage is so new to the State of Ohio, it’s hard to say how a same-sex divorce would differ from a traditional divorce, if at all. The hashtag… CONTINUE
Mediation vs. Divorce
Mediation is a wonderful alternative to divorce when the circumstances are right for it. If a client and the other spouse have what I call equal bargaining power, and one… CONTINUE
“Extreme Cruelty” as a Ground for Divorce
Extreme cruelty sounds horrible, but it is, in reality, usually a lot more benign than that. For example, “extreme cruelty” could be adultery or emotional abuse, both within the guidelines… CONTINUE
How Legal Separation Differs from Divorce in Ohio
The end result of a legal separation is what is different. The procedure is the same. The end result in a legal separation case is that the parties remain married…. CONTINUE
How Annulments Differ from Divorces
An “annulment” voids out a marriage, meaning that in the eyes of the law, the parties were never married to begin with. In Ohio, we have several grounds for annulment,… CONTINUE