By: Thomas Law Group On: February 18, 2014 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

In a recent Ohio case, the court ruled that the policy adopted by some Ohio courts in the calculation of spousal support in domestic relations cases termed “double dipping” was not appropriate and that any technique that used the “double dipping” calculation was not to be utilized in the...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: January 30, 2014 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

The state of Ohio permits retired judges to engage in trials as a visiting judge and also to work independently for many uncontested matters such as dissolutions and uncontested divorces.  We often will hire a retired judge to hear dissolution and uncontested divorce cases at Thomas Law Group’s office,...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: October 07, 2013 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

Most parties who are terminating their marriage would like to avoid the financial and emotional cost of filing for divorce and taking the case through the court system, which many times results in extreme emotional and financial cost for the parties and can take a substantial amount of time...

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By: Thomas Law Group On: September 12, 2013 In: Domestic Relations Comments: 0

Prenuptial Agreements, also referred to as Antenuptial Agreements, are often viewed in very negative manner and are thought to be “planning for failure” or “admitting that the marriage will end in divorce.”  However, there are many good and positive reasons to enter into a prenuptial agreement that are not...

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