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Millennials are generally defined as those aged 18 to 34. Estate planning is rarely a priority for people in this age group, especially those who don’t have children or own a sports car collection. Even those who have started families or own significant assets tend to avoid the notion of a sudden health scare. However, …Read More
You can lose your prenup’s intended protections if you don’t follow the terms – including how you manage your finances.
Strauss Troy, a leading law firm with offices in Ohio and Kentucky, announces that Attorney Matthew Worth is the newest member of its Domestic Relations | Family Law Practice Group.
On April 8, Strauss Troy family law attorney and trained mediator, Erinn McKee Hannigan, answered viewer questions about divorce and custody matters live via a web chat on WLWT.
Strauss Troy family law attorney, Erinn McKee Hannigan, will answer viewer questions live via a web chat on WLWT on Tuesday, April 8 from noon to 1 p.m.
A holiday so full of joy and hope can also be a stressful season for parents and families that have experienced divorce. Here are some common problems and tips to help solve them this year: Holiday Travel Many families travel during the holiday season. Although long-distance co-parents may already be accustomed to working out travel glitches, …Read More
Strauss Troy Attorney Erinn McKee Hannigan has been named a shareholder of the firm. She practices exclusively in the Domestic Relations practice area. Her practice includes representing clients in collaborative law cases; mediation; traditional negotiation; complex divorce litigation; dissolutions, and custody and support matters in the Domestic Relations and Juvenile Courts of Hamilton, Clermont, Butler and Warren counties. Ms. McKee Hannigan is also the …Read More
When a person owns a family business during a marriage and is involved in a divorce, generally the value of the business must be included in the property division to be determined by the court. If the business-owner spouse retains the business, the other spouse must be awarded other property to offset the value of …Read More
There is a new movement in local divorce practice whereby the spouses enter into an agreement not to litigate their case in court. Instead, they make a commitment to engage in comprehensive settlement negotiations on all of the issues in their divorce. The process is known as “collaborative divorce.” In the process, both parties retain …Read More