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EQUES State of the firm 2024

State of the Firm 2024

“The Road goes ever on and onDown from the door where it began.Now far ahead the Road has gone,And I must follow, if I can,Pursuing it with eager feet,Until it joins some larger way,Where many paths and errands meet.”J.R.R. Tolkein EQUES® Law Group celebrates 14 years of our journey together! There are times I feel […]

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What to Expect During a Family or Criminal Law Consultation

One of the greatest aspects of being an attorney is conducting consultations with potential new clients. As someone who enjoys talking and meeting with people, I truly enjoy helping, educating, and empowering individuals who seek answers to some of the most difficult and challenging questions and experiences that they will go through in their life.

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Relationships: When Agreeing to Disagree Becomes Agreeing to Split Up

Relationships are not perfect. They have their majestic vistas, but they also have their difficult summits and perilous cliffs. Sometimes, through no fault of either party, it becomes clear that a relationship should reach its natural end. When this happens, in a marriage, there are two options – a Divorce or a Dissolution.    What is a Dissolution?  We

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visitation from grandparents

Visitation for Grandparents under Ohio Law

Under Ohio law, Grandparents may pursue visitation rights with their grandchild(ren) in certain situations, such as when: Married parents terminate the marriage or separate A parent passes away; The child’s mother is unmarried; or, A child is deemed abused, neglected, or dependent.   A Court will more than likely grant visitation time to a grandparent

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