Entries by TibbsLawOffice

Could I be ordered to pay child support beyond my child’s 18th birthday

In this video, Daryle answers the question of “Could I be ordered to pay child support beyond my child’s 18th birthday?” Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! Transcript: Person Speaking: Daryle Yes, if your child is mentally or physically disabled and unable to support theirself, or if the child continuously attends an accredited high school […]

Will my spousal support be terminated if my spouse remarries?

In this video, Daryle answers the common question of Will my spousal support be terminated if my spouse remarries? Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! Transcript: Person Speaking: Daryle In Ohio, there are no statutes that provide for automatic terminated of spousal support. If a decree specifically includes language that spousal support will be terminated […]

Parenting Schedules: How to Avoid Being Stuck with a Default or “Standard” Parenting Schedule

When parents with minor children separate either before or after a divorce action has been initiated, one of the most pressing and important items to address is a parenting schedule. If parents are unable to agree, Courts will often issue a default “Standard” parenting schedule that may remain in place throughout the pendency of a […]

Rosa Parks: An Advocate to End Violence Against Women

Many people think of Rosa Parks as the strong-willed woman who refused to give up her seat, however, Parks was an advocate for change even before that. Parks was a secretary for the NAACP long before this and helped investigate acts stemming from racism and sexism. In 1944, Parks was sent to investigate the gang […]

Can my spousal support order be modified?

In this video, Daryle answers the question of “Can my spousal support order be modified?”. Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! Transcript: Person Speaking: Daryle In Ohio, the court lacks jurisdiction to modify a prior order of spousal support unless the decree expressly reserves jurisdiction to make that modification. You will need to look at […]

What Is “Nesting,” and Will It Work For My Family In Transition?

Nesting is a transitional arrangement for parents to consider when starting the separation/divorce process. Nesting means that your children remain in the marital residence, and the parents take turns being in the home with the children and acting as the “on-duty” parent. The parents follow a specific parenting schedule outlining when each parent will be […]

Annulment: Is impotence a ground for an annulment in Ohio if the non-disabled person knew about it..

In this video (https://youtu.be/CDfUOMRQNrA), Sarah answers the common question of Annulment: Is impotence a ground for an annulment in Ohio if the non-disabled person knew about it before the marriage. Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! Transcript: Person Speaking: Sarah No, if it can be shown that the non-disabled person knew about the impotence propr […]

How To Find Hidden Money In A Divorce

When couples get divorced, one party may feel that the other is hiding money, whether it be in an undisclosed bank account, a safe deposit box, or in an offshore account. When this occurs, attorneys have tools we use to identify undisclosed or hidden money. During a divorce, the parties have the opportunity to engage […]