Strauss Troy’s Family Law Department has handled many divorce and dissolution cases, and over the years we have gained knowledge that can make a client’s divorce experience less difficult. Read on for a few pointers that we have put together for our clients who are going through a divorce.
By: Tim Theissen, Matt Worth & Carrie Waide
Divorce can be an exhausting process, but once it’s final, there can still be some work to do. Documents may need to be updated and arrangements may need to be made for everything to move forward without issues. These six tips can help you avoid problems later.
If you are preparing for divorce, some missteps can make things more difficult for you. It is wise to meet with an attorney early on – even before you decide for sure to divorce – without telling your spouse that you are going. Here are six tips to help you prepare for a divorce, before you even meet with an attorney.
Strauss Troy Welcomes Richard L. Crosby, Eric J. Beecher and Carrie R. Waide to the firm.
Strauss Troy is pleased to announce that 14 of our attorneys have been recognized as The Best Lawyers in America 2017
By Jeffrey A. Levine 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 …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.