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Blog Posts in February, 2019

  • Does Ohio Have a Definition of Consent?

    Consent: the word that decides if an act is legal or illegal. We continually hear about stories of people who take advantage of someone who does not consent to an act; however, how many of us know the definition of consent? Here’s a litmus test: did you know that most states have their own legal definition of consent? With this in mind, it’s crucial you find out if Ohio has its a legal definition ...
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  • Ohio’s New Expungement Statute Explained

    If you have been convicted of a crime, it can detrimentally impact your future. This is because all of your previous charges and convictions appear on your criminal record, which can be viewed by employers and educational institutions trying to decide whether you should be given an offer of employment or admission. On October 29, 2018, the state of Ohio expanded expungement laws under ORC § ...
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  • Which Spouse Is Entitled to Alimony?

    Determining which spouse is entitled to alimony can be a confusing and complex process. Many people have the misconception that the wife is always guaranteed alimony when a marriage comes to an end. However, neither spouse is guaranteed spousal support, regardless of how long the marriage lasted. When it comes to divorce , spousal support can be awarded to both husbands and wives. Alimony is ...
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