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What to Tell Your Lawyer About Your OVI Case

It is generally agreed upon when talking to your lawyer about any legal trouble that you tell them everything. However, “everything” is a broad term. Your lawyer doesn’t need to know “everything” about your life, but they do need to know...

What Does a Child’s “Best Interests” Mean in Custody Cases?

So often in child custody cases, the case can turn into a tug-of-war between the parents. This is especially true if there is nothing the parents can agree on in the divorce case. However, a child is not a house. A judge cannot just decide to sell it and split the...

Tips to Collect Your Business Debt

Unfortunately, the  worst part of owning a business is making sure that you are getting paid. The more people that you work with, the more likely that you are going to have at least one or two people who owe you money at all times. Here are some tips to help you...

Are Handwritten Wills Valid in Ohio?

When it comes to estate planning and wills, all estate attorneys will tell you to plan early; you can never know what life will bring. If you put it off as many people do, you may find yourself in a hospital bed, needing a will. You may not be able to make it to an...