Annulment: Is Sterility a ground for an annulment?

In this video, Sarah continues sharing about Annulment laws. Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! Transcript: Person Speaking: Sarah Sterility is not the same as impotence and is therefore, not a ground for an annulment in Ohio. Please connect with us on our other sites via linktr.ee/tibbslawoffice

Motions for Contempt in Custody Cases

Many parents file a motion for contempt or face a motion for contempt at some point during their child’s time as a minor. It is important to know what this motion does and the lasting implications that it can have on your custody case. What is a motion for contempt and what does it do? […]

Annulment: Is impotence a ground for an annulment in Ohio if…

In this video, Sarah answers another common question about Annulment Law. Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE! We have new content weekly and as always, we welcome your comments! Transcript: Person Speaking: Sarah If one or both of the spouses were under the age of consent at the time of the marriage, if the marriage […]

Equal Access: Accessing my Child’s Records

When a parent does not have custody of their child, the custodian of the child can sometimes manipulate other people into believing that the non-custodial parent cannot be involved in certain ways. A common example of this is access to a child’s medical and school records. Do I have a right to view my child’s […]

How do I protect myself financially once a divorce is filed?

How do I protect myself financially once a divorce is filed? Once a divorce is filed, the court automatically issues what is called a mutual restraining order. This restraining order prohibits the parties from taking debts in the other’s name; disposing of or destroying assets; terminating insurance; changing beneficiaries; withdrawing, spending, or transferring funds in […]

Divorcing with Children in Clermont County —What to Expect from the Court’s Court-Based Support Services

While courts in Ohio operate under the same statutes, each county’s Domestic Relations Court differs greatly in the services offered outside of litigation, and the procedures for each service. Because these services have the potential to drastically improve the overall time, cost, and outcome of your case, it is crucial that you hire an attorney […]

How do I move residences with my child during a divorce or custody case?

How do I move residences with my child during a divorce or custody case? During a divorce or custody matter, the court puts in place orders that restrain the parties from moving to another county with any minor children that are subject to the case at hand. A party is generally allowed to move to […]

Divorces v. Dissolutions: The Pro’s and Con’s

Divorces v. Dissolutions: The Pro’s and Con’s There are many articles out there exploring the differences between divorces and dissolutions, but not many giving inside knowledge on which is the best for a specific situation. Both are ways to dissolve a marital union and the end results are the same; the difference is the process […]

How do I protect myself financially once a divorce is filed?

How do I protect myself financially once a divorce is filed?              Once a divorce is filed, the court automatically issues what is called a mutual restraining order. This restraining order prohibits the parties from taking debts in the other’s name; disposing of or destroying assets; terminating insurance; changing beneficiaries; withdrawing, spending, or transferring funds […]

What is a temporary order?

What is a temporary order? A temporary order is an order from the court, issued at the beginning of a divorce or custody motion that controls the terms by which the parties operate until the case is resolved. Temporary orders are most commonly found in divorces where a party asks the court to give a […]