Residents of Ohio, take note: the Ohio Family Law Blog – authored by Robert L. Mues, managing partner at the Dayton-based firm Holzfaster, Cecil, McKnight & Mues – is an RSS feed worth subscribing to. Covering family law as it applies on both the state and federal levels, Robert’s blog offers an informative glimpse into how one attorney views divorce & family law today.
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Family Law Attorney Anne Shale examines the Divorce cake made by bakeries to celebrate the termination of a marriage.Should We Participate in a Divorce Celebration? The word “celebration” is derived from the verb “celebrate” which is defined as “to commemorate an anniversary, holiday, etc., with...
How important is an attorney if you are a recipient of Social Security Income or Social Security Disability Income and you are going through a divorce? Family Law Attorney Jessica Shively examines the issue.“The problem with receiving unearned income through adjudication/settlement agreements In A...
In the second of a two-part article on parenting issues concerning on an uncooperative ex, Family Law attorney Robert Mues provides his perpective as a practicing family law attorney.Parenting with an Uncooperative Ex: A Divorce Lawyer’s Perspective Parenting Tips for dealing with an Uncooperative...
What can impair co-parenting? Guest Contributor Donna F. Ferber, LPC, LADC, provides tips on how to remain steady and focused on child when a co-parent becomes uncoperative. This is the first of two back-to-back articles on this subject. Robert Mues will contribute the second article from the...
Who is Entitled to Keep the Family Pet? Family Law Attorney John Meehling looks at how divorce can affect pet custody disputes in Ohio.Pet Custody: Who is Entitled to Keep the Family Pet? Have you ever wondered what might have happened to Cheeta if Tarzan and Jane had decided to split up? If Fred...
Guest Contributor Gregory Ramey, Ph.D. identifies 3 keys to keeping couples happy while raising children in a marriage.Dayton, Ohio, Psychologist Explains 3 Key Things to Keep Couples Happy The birth of your first child is not only an event to be cherished but a stage of life to be feared. Children...
Social Security ALERT. Probate and Estate Planning Attorney Joseph Balmer provides an update on Social Security's cost cutting move to cease annual earnings statements mailings.Social Security Annual Earning Statements Eliminated If you look forward to receiving your social security yearly earnings...
Family Law Attorney Anne Shale comes up with her own top 10 list of priority items to accomplish after a Divorce.Top Ten List of “Things To Do” Following a Divorce Proceeding! Similar to David Letterman’s Top Ten Lists, many family blog sites have postings regarding the top ten “Things to Do”...
Guest Contributor Donna Ferber looks at how positive relationships between wives, ex-wives and step-wives can be healthy to a blended family unit after a divorce.No relationship is more maligned in our culture than that of first wives and second wives. While we make fun of mother-in-laws, many...
Family Law Attorney Jessica Shively explains how a parents bad behavior can often get in the way of the child's best interest leading to suspesion of parenting time.Parenting Time Suspension can occur when a parent’s bad behavior gets in the way of the child’s best interest. “Children...