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Blog Posts in August, 2019

  • Alimony & Cohabitation in Ohio

    In an Ohio divorce , a judge may order the more financially stable spouse to make alimony payments to the other spouse until either spouse passes away (if the marriage lasts at least 20 years) or the divorce decree states otherwise. However, it is not uncommon for either spouse to start dating—or even move in with a new flame. When an ex-spouse starts living together with a romantic partner and ...
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  • The Age of Consent in Ohio

    In typical romantic relations, nearly anything is legal as long as both parties consent to the act. However, those under the age of consent can never have legally permissible sexual encounters, even if they are willing participants. Therefore, all Ohioans should know the age of consent in our state. The Age of Consent in Ohio The age of consent in Ohio is 16 years old. Therefore, anyone who is 16 ...
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  • Ohio Hemp Law Causes Issues Prosecuting Marijuana Crimes

    Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed House Bill 57 into law on July 30, 2019, legalizing the cultivation and sale of hemp and hemp-based products such as CBD. In response to the new legislation, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost told state prosecutors to hold off pursuing marijuana charges —or dismissing such cases altogether. According to Ohio law, hemp is defined as cannabis with less than .03 percent ...
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