Ohio law provides three ways for a husband and wife to end or alter their marital relationship: legal separation, divorce, and dissolution of marriage. (A fourth way—annulment—will not be discussed here.) To obtain a dissolution or divorce….read more….
When parents come before the domestic relations court to terminate their marriage (or before the juvenile court in a parentage proceeding), the court must address what will happen to their children. The marriage/relationship may end….read more….
A will is a document that sets forth how a person would like to have his or her probate property distributed upon death. To be valid, a will must meet certain formal legal requirements…..read more….
Mediation is any process in which a neutral third party, the mediator, facilitates communication and negotiation between parties to help them reach a voluntary agreement regarding their despute. Unlike a judge or arbitrator, the mediator does not decide….read more….