Over the last few months, it seems as if the news headlines have been filled with stories of not just high-profile divorce cases, but high-profile divorce cases with potentially billions of dollars at stake.
Are you an unmarried father who is trying to start a relationship or build a relationship with your children? If so, you have probably come to the realization that the laws can be very frustrating to men in your position.
Obviously, the state of Ohio takes sex crimes involving children extremely seriously. That’s why it is so important to work with a skilled defense lawyer when facing these types of charges.
As everyone knows, going through a divorce isn’t just emotionally draining, it can also drain your bank account if you are not careful. The good news is that many divorce-related expenses can be mitigated if you know what you are doing.
Going through divorce as a parent can be very hard and both men and women; however, it can be especially hard on fathers who have to deal with the presumption that mothers are the better parent.
In our last post, we explained how statutes of limitation were adopted in order to make sure that criminal convictions are not made based on evidence that has deteriorated over time.
A statute of limitations is an important law that sets the maximum period during which a lawsuit can be filed. Under the scope of criminal law, a statute of limitations prohibits prosecutors from charging someone with a crime after a certain number of years have passed.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is now training the state's police force to recognize and handle drivers who are under the influence of drugs.
If you are a parent who is going through divorce, you have many important choices ahead of you. One of the most important choices you will have to make involves what kind of custody arrangement you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse will use to share time with your child after the divorce.