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Meaning of child support

What Does Child Support Really Mean?

Most frequently divorce is the precursor to a child custody case. However, there is no need for parents to be married when custody and support are issues. Only established paternity is sufficient to determine parental obligations. Both divorce and child-custody are complicated and emotionally-charged proceedings. In addition to determining legal and physical custody of the child(ren), there are financial matters to consider; and when money is added to the equation, the stress can be overwhelming. The job of the family

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What is a breach of contract and do I need a lawyer?

What is a Breach of Contract and Do I Need a Lawyer?

A breach of contract is a legal dispute between two or more parties where there has been a failure to complete the agreed-upon terms of the contract. It is important to be sure when entering into a contract that you read the language carefully, in some cases you may even want to have an attorney review the contract, to ensure that you fully understand and can fulfill your obligations. When there is a question about whether a contract has been

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What is a Survivorship Deed, and Why is it Important?

In Ohio, a survivorship deed creates a “joint tenancy” between two or more owners. It ensures that the interest rights of a property will be passed to the surviving owner(s) in the event of the other tenant’s death automatically. Without a survivorship deed, the surviving tenant(s) may have to begin proceedings in a probate court to have the property interests legally transferred, even if the property was owned by two people who have been married and residing in the property

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Should I Hire a Lawyer After a Personal Injury?

If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, you already know that handling the aftermath can be overwhelming. When dealing with pain, mounting medical bills, and emotional trauma, who has the time or energy to fight with insurance companies who don’t want to pay? Let the personal injury lawyers at Hoover Kacyon fight for you. When do you need to consult a personal injury attorney? Any time an accident has occurred that has resulted in injury

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Prenuptial Agreements

Getting engaged and planning a wedding is an exciting time in a couple’s life. The idea of considering a prenuptial agreement seems like a dark cloud over what should be a joyous occasion. After all, doesn’t a prenuptial agreement suggest there will inevitably be a separation or divorce? It is important during this time to remember that things do not always work out the way we plan them in life. Nearly half of all marriages end in divorce. And while

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Child Custody

No legal issue can be more complicated and emotionally-charged than a child-custody case. Most frequently divorce is the precursor to a child custody case. However, there are other instances where the custody of a child needs to be determined, such as establishing custody between two never-married parents, a deployed military parent, a move, illness, or death of the custodial parent. Due to the complicated nature of child custody proceedings, hiring an experienced attorney is vital to ensuring an outcome that

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Meaning of child support

What Does Child Support Really Mean?

Most frequently divorce is the precursor to a child custody case. However, there is no need for parents to be married when custody and support are issues. Only established paternity is sufficient to determine parental obligations. Both divorce and child-custody are complicated and emotionally-charged proceedings. In addition to determining legal and physical custody of the child(ren), there are financial matters to consider; and when money is added to the equation, the stress can be overwhelming. The job of

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What is a breach of contract and do I need a lawyer?

What is a Breach of Contract and Do I Need a Lawyer?

A breach of contract is a legal dispute between two or more parties where there has been a failure to complete the agreed-upon terms of the contract. It is important to be sure when entering into a contract that you read the language carefully, in some cases you may even want to have an attorney review the contract, to ensure that you fully understand and can fulfill your obligations. When there is a question about whether a contract

Read More »

What is a Survivorship Deed, and Why is it Important?

In Ohio, a survivorship deed creates a “joint tenancy” between two or more owners. It ensures that the interest rights of a property will be passed to the surviving owner(s) in the event of the other tenant’s death automatically. Without a survivorship deed, the surviving tenant(s) may have to begin proceedings in a probate court to have the property interests legally transferred, even if the property was owned by two people who have been married and residing in

Read More »

Should I Hire a Lawyer After a Personal Injury?

If you or someone you know has been injured in an accident, you already know that handling the aftermath can be overwhelming. When dealing with pain, mounting medical bills, and emotional trauma, who has the time or energy to fight with insurance companies who don’t want to pay? Let the personal injury lawyers at Hoover Kacyon fight for you. When do you need to consult a personal injury attorney? Any time an accident has occurred that has resulted

Read More »

Prenuptial Agreements

Getting engaged and planning a wedding is an exciting time in a couple’s life. The idea of considering a prenuptial agreement seems like a dark cloud over what should be a joyous occasion. After all, doesn’t a prenuptial agreement suggest there will inevitably be a separation or divorce? It is important during this time to remember that things do not always work out the way we plan them in life. Nearly half of all marriages end in divorce.

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