Miami County Divorce Attorney If you live in Troy, Piqua or anywhere in Miami County, Ohio, your divorce or dissolution case will be heard in the Miami County Common Pleas Court, Division of Domestic Relations. A division of the Common Pleas Court, the Miami County Domestic Relations Court is located at the Miami County Safety Building 201…

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If you are seeking a divorce in Ohio, your complaint must allege, and the plaintiff (party filing the divorce complaint) must later prove, one or more of the following legal grounds for divorce: 3105.01 Divorce causes. The court of common pleas may grant divorces for the following causes: (A) Either party had a husband or…

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Often, courts will retain jurisdiction on the issue of spousal support.  This means that if circumstances change from the time of the original spousal support award, the amount and/or duration of the support may be modified or changed.  This generally happens if and when there has been a significant and unforeseen change in one spouse’s…

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What constitutes a Common Law marriage here in Ohio?  A common law marriage entered into before October 10, 1991 constitutes a valid, legal marriage in Ohio.  However, after October 10, 1991, new common law marriages are prohibited.  The essential elements of a Common Law marriage in Ohio are:  1.  A mutual agreement of marriage; 2.…

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A Goldmine to Your Ex’s Attorney: Sexual Pictures on Social Media In the previous i discussed post pictures of children and the effects posting certain types of pictures and videos on social media could have on a family law case.  In this article the focus is on “sexy selfies” or photos of yourself which may…

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