Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcies: What are the Differences?

Coming to the decision to file for bankruptcy is not easy, but bankruptcy is a very necessary tool for many individuals and businesses to obtain a better and more secure financial future. When filing for bankruptcy, you must choose between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Both types ultimately wipe clean many types of debt, which is the goal, but from there they differ quite significantly. This blog will lay out some major Read More

6 Things Not to Do During Your Ohio Divorce

There is no doubt that divorce is one of the most stressful situations anyone can experience. It is, after all, a major life event. If you are thinking about filing for divorce, have just filed for divorce, or have just been served with divorce papers, you no doubt have your hands full with all sorts of preparations. However, you do need to take a few minutes and become aware of certain actions that you are forbidden Read More

How COVID-19 May Impact Your Ohio Custody Agreement

While health officials are widely recommending social distancing, co-parents find themselves in a difficult situation: maintain the current arrangement or prevent parenting time to decrease the risk of catching and spreading the virus. Below, we discuss what you should know about how the current COVID-19 pandemic may impact your custody agreement in Ohio. We can also address your concerns in your particular situation Read More

Three Estate Planning Items Everyone Needs

Many people mistakenly believe that estate planning is only necessary for the wealthy. In reality, a basic estate plan is essential for everyone, regardless of income or net worth, because we all want to minimize confusion, unnecessary costs, and stress for loved ones after a death. Without proper preparation and documentation, assets—like houses, retirement plans and savings accounts—can end up in limbo for Read More