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  • Ohio Carrying a Deadly Weapon Charge Lawyer

    Possessing and Carrying “Deadly Weapons” in Ohio

    Allegations that a person has committed certain crimes with a “deadly weapon” are serious legal matters. Even carrying a “deadly…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Adoption attorney in Columbus, Ohio (OH)

    Can a Birth Parent Object to Their Child’s Adoption?

    One of the chief conflicts in streaming-service Hulu’s new miniseries, Little Fires Everywhere (based on a novel of the same…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Parental Alienation Syndrome Attorneys in Columbus OH

    Don’t Throw Away Your Parenting Plan in the Pandemic

    Some Ohio parents have enough trouble getting their child’s other parent to follow a parenting plan during ordinary times. When…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Consider an Estate Plan

    Ohio Temporary Orders: What Are They and How to Change Them

    Even when you and your partner are in agreement that your marriage or relationship is over, sorting out the details…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Drivers’ License Suspensions in the State of Ohio

    Getting a ticket for speeding or not coming to a full stop at a stop sign may seem like more…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Divorce and dissolution under Ohio law.

    Rights of Passengers During Traffic Stops in Ohio

    Many Ohio drivers have experienced being pulled over by a law enforcement officer. While any driver can be stopped if…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Divorce and dissolution under Ohio law.

    Can I Be Charged with OVI if I Have a Prescription?

    Law enforcement officers do not need to know a person has consumed alcohol before stopping that person’s vehicle and commencing…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Valuation of Assets within an Estate Plan

    Can My Loved One’s Ohio Estate Planning Attorney Help Us Administer an Estate?

    Finding a lawyer that one can trust is not easy. Oftentimes, individuals choose attorneys based upon the recommendations and experiences…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Franklin County Ohio estate planning lawyer

    It May Be Time to Review Your Ohio Living Will

    A living will or advance care directive is a powerful part of any estate plan. When properly drafted and enacted,…

    by Shannon Dawes
  • Living Trust lawyer in Columbus Ohio

    Does an Ohio Estate Plan Help My Family Settle My Affairs More Quickly?

    Under ideal circumstances, a decedent’s estate in Ohio should be settled within six months after the probate case is initially…

    by Shannon Dawes