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March 2018 Archives

Go easy on yourself by starting out with collaborative divorce

Do you feel like there's no reconciling the differences between yourself and your spouse? It is one thing if you never want to see your current partner again, but we find that couples with any common ground at all often benefit from a collaborative process. At King, Koligian & Associates, LLC., one of the most important points we reinforce for our clients is that starting your divorce with an attempt at collaborative law does not mean that you have to finish it that way.

Requesting a change to an Ohio child support order

If you are currently paying child support in Ohio and have recently experienced a change in circumstances, you may have questions about whether the change will affect the amount of child support you must pay to your child’s other parent. At King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, we have a firm understanding of how the child support modification process works in Ohio, and we have helped many parents in their attempts to modify their child support payments to make them more manageable.

New developments in custody law

Ohio law is comprehensive when it comes to child custody decisions. However, that does not mean that there is a rule on record for every possible situation. When new social needs arise, the law must adapt while remaining guided by the principles on which it is founded. 

What are the benefits of mediation?

When couples in Ohio decide to call it quits after trying every possible scenario for staying together, the partners may dread the process of dissolution as much as they fear divorce itself. If you are in this situation, and you and your spouse communicate relatively well when you are not under intense stress, you may want to consider mediation as an alternative to divorce court.

What should I not include in my will?

The purpose of a will is to specify who will receive your property and assets when you pass away. Many people in Ohio, however, may be surprised to learn that certain properties or holdings actually should not be or cannot be included in a will. This is because specific properties are accompanied by their own rules that govern what happens to them after the owner dies.

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