Jack's Law Office Blog

Informative posts about Divorce, Dissolution, Child Custody and Family Law.

4 Facts You Need to Know About Pensions and Divorce

4 Facts You Need to Know About Pensions and Divorce

Divorce. That’s a word that usually conjures up heartache: Like that pain you felt from too many “angry nights and tearful dawns,” to steal a few lyrics from an old Carly Simon song. 

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The Seven Deadly Sins of Ohio Divorces

The Seven Deadly Sins of Ohio Divorces
If you’re facing divorce, you may feel confused, defeated and overwhelmed. It may seem like you’re wading into an emotional and financial minefield. ...
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How to Remain Friends with Your Ex After Divorce

How to Remain Friends with Your Ex After Divorce

Marriages can end for a variety of reasons, whether due to infidelity, stress, a change in character or simply because you have fallen out of love.

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Why More Couples are Getting a Gray Divorce

Why More Couples are Getting a Gray Divorce
Gray Divorce “Gray divorce” is divorce among people aged 50 and over.  Gray divorce has doubled since 1990, and remains on the rise. The divorce ...
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What You Need to Know About Dating After Divorce

What You Need to Know About Dating After Divorce
Dating isn't easy, but it can be even harder after divorce because it brings its own its own set of challenges. When a relationship like marriage...
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Should You Divorce Your Divorce Lawyer?

Should You Divorce Your Divorce Lawyer?
What Should You do if You Feel Your Lawyer Isn't Representing Your Needs? Getting a divorce can be stressful enough, but what if the attorney you have...
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How to Find Closure After Your Marriage Ends

How to Find Closure After Your Marriage Ends
Your relationship has come to an end. But you aren’t satisfied. You want answers. You need closure. But how are you defining closure? Is it a clean br...
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What to do When Your Child Refuses to Visit the Other Parent

What to do When Your Child Refuses to Visit the Other Parent
You spent a long time getting your shared parenting plan hammered out so that both you and your ex were satisfied with it. Or maybe you had a protract...
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How Do I Change My Divorce Decree?

How Do I Change My Divorce Decree?
Change is an inevitable part of life. Even after your divorce and parenting plan is finalized, things happen. Living expenses change, children get old...
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The Important Things Your Divorce Will Teach You

The Important Things Your Divorce Will Teach You
'You didn’t think that your future included divorce, but here you are. You don’t need to be told the downsides to divorce. You lived them. But what ab...
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How To Protect Your Property In A Divorce

How To Protect Your Property In A Divorce
Most couples going through a divorce will have to deal with the issue of property and asset division. When it comes to these items, the state of Ohio ...
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Discovery: What it is and why it's Important for Your Divorce Case

Discovery: What it is and why it's Important for Your Divorce Case
What is Discovery? The term "discovery" refers to the process of the exchange of information between the parties. This information includes each spous...
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What Your Divorce Lawyer Needs to Know

What Your Divorce Lawyer Needs to Know
When you talk to a divorce lawyer about your case, there are several questions you need to ask. But any good attorney should ask you questions as well...
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Things You Need to Know Before Your Divorce Trial

Things You Need to Know Before Your Divorce Trial
Although most divorces are settled outside the courtroom, an already stressful situation can become overwhelming if it goes trial. While divorces are ...
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Questions to Consider Before Hiring a Divorce Attorney

Questions to Consider Before Hiring a Divorce Attorney
Walking into a lawyer's office, especially when your mind and emotions are occupied with a looming divorce, can seem intimidating. However, preparatio...
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Ohio Dissolution FAQ: Nine Commonly Asked Questions

Ohio Dissolution FAQ: Nine Commonly Asked Questions
What is the difference between a dissolution and a divorce?In a divorce, the spouses are unable to agree on issues such as child support, property div...
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Quick Tips About Divorce Jurisdiction in Ohio

Quick Tips About Divorce Jurisdiction in Ohio
In Ohio, the court that handles divorce and dissolution cases is the Court of Common Pleas which is located in each county. This means a particular co...
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DIY Divorce: Is It Right For You?

DIY Divorce: Is It Right For You?
Thanks to the internet and easily available resources, more and more people are trying Do-It-Yourself divorce. In Ohio, this process is referred to as...
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Dissolution vs. Divorce: Which one is Right for You?

Dissolution vs. Divorce: Which one is Right for You?
In Ohio, a dissolution is a non-adversarial proceeding to legally terminate a marriage. A Dissolution also means that the terms of the divorce are dec...
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Divorce Hearing No Show: What Happens if You or Your Spouse Don't Show Up?

Divorce Hearing No Show: What Happens if You or Your Spouse Don't Show Up?
Some people do allow their divorce to proceed without their participation. Reasons include apathy, guilt, fear, depression or because they are attempt...
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