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Altick & Corwin's Peter Certo Jr. honored by Super Lawyers

Altick & Corwin Co., L.P.A., is proud to announce that Peter Certo Jr. has been selected as a 2020 Ohio Super Lawyer, and will be honored in an upcoming issue of Ohio Super Lawyers magazine. This distinction is enjoyed by only the top 5% of attorneys practicing in Ohio.

When are Ohioans entitled to spousal support?

When a Dayton area couple gets married, they expect their marriage will be happy and last forever. Many times, this is the case. No one can anticipate that their marriage will end in divorce and it is an emotionally traumatic time for a couple. There are many things that need to be figured out during a divorce settlement. One thing a person may wonder if they will be entitled to spousal support.

What can a nonmarital cohabitation agreement include in Ohio?

There are many couples in the Dayton area who do not have a traditional marital relationship. Some couples are no longer together but have children together, or there are couples who are living together but not married, plus many other situations. For many of these couples, a cohabitation agreement makes sense.

Property division in an Ohio divorce

When an Ohio couple gets married, they believe their marriage will last forever. Although many marriages last decades, a large percentage end in divorce. Couples who are going through a divorce know how emotional a situation a divorce can be. One of the main points of contention in a divorce is property division.

Who gets custody of the pets during a divorce?

Dayton area residents going through a divorce understand how stressful and traumatic this time of their lives can be. Working through the details of a divorce can take a lot of time and can be difficult. Although assets and child custody are the main sticking points of a divorce, pets can also play a part.

The basics of a collaborative divorce

When Dayton area residents get married, they expect their marriage to last a lifetime. Unfortunately, that doesn't always happen, and a divorce becomes inevitable. A divorce is an emotional and confusing time and it can also be expensive. Collaborative divorce may be a good option for couples who wish to avoid going to court and are, at some level, willing to work together towards an outcome that will satisfy both parties.

What happens to electronic records during a divorce?

When a couple agrees to get married, divorce is the last thing on their minds. Unfortunately, not all marriages last forever. A divorce can be an emotional situation for everyone involved. In these times, electronic communications are often scrutinized during the divorce process.

Differences between legal separation and divorce

When an Ohio couple makes the decision to no longer stay married, there are a few options they can pursue. Sometimes, a couple will choose to separate, while other times, they may want to legally divorce. There are differences in these legal statuses that a couple should understand.

What divorce can do

There are many marriages in the Dayton area that are on the rocks. Despite the effort to try and stay together, sometimes divorce is the only option. There are certain things that can happen because of a divorce and these realities should be understood by those who are thinking about a divorce.

What to know about marital separation

Even under the best circumstances, not all Dayton marriages survive. Many couples are thrown into limbo about whether their marriage will end in divorce or not. Many times, couples choose to separate for a certain time to see how their marriage will turn out. But, if a couple is planning on separating for more than a few months, there are certain things they may need to do.

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