Divorce is one of the most difficult things you will go through in your life. The attorney you choose to help you through your divorce will greatly shape your experience. Some divorce lawyers will make the divorce more difficult and expensive than it has to be, and other lawyers will make the entire ordeal smoother […]
Claiming your social security benefits becomes slightly more complicated after a divorce. The good news is that divorce will not in any way reduce the social security benefits you earned in your lifetime. In fact, a divorce may give you additional opportunities to receive more social security benefits than you would have received based solely
Absolutely. Despite the uncertainty of the times and the Stay at Home order issued by Governor Dewine on March 23, you can still file for a divorce or dissolution in Ohio. [Click here to schedule a divorce or dissolution consultation with us online.] Although the domestic relations courts in Ohio have implemented some restrictions and safety protocols, the
Grisi & Budde will remain operational after the Stay at Home Order takes effect.
Both Dissolution and Divorce cases in Ohio require both parties to fully disclose all of their assets and liabilities. It is best to gather all the information you can regarding your assets and liabilities at the start of the process so that you can identify all accounts, debts, and property that will need to be