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Lawyer Anne Catherine Harvey Infographic - Your're Not Alone - Facing the Aftermath of Divorce

You’re Not Alone – Facing the Aftermath of Divorce Infographic

Few people approach marriage lightly; if they do, they are fools and won’t be reading this.  The end of a marriage can be as traumatic as a death and the divorce or dissolution can affect the family for generations.  The stakes are high with marriage and divorce. Despair is an issue faced by almost all…

Divorced Father on Docks

Smoothing the Rough Road of Divorce

Let’s face it, divorce is hard. The choices you make, however, are what determine the difference between a tough, emotional time and a long-term disruption to your entire life.

How to Nail Your Meeting with a New Lawyer

Clients often hire the wrong lawyer.  One of the big reasons clients hire the wrong lawyer is because they find a list of stock questions to ask during their first appointment and insist on limiting the first appointment to their script.  They base what can be a critical decision on stock information, hire a lawyer…

Baby Boomer Divorces – a Rising Trend

Boomers seeking divorce more than ever as they age We’ve been seeing a rise in the number of baby boomers coming into divorce court over the past few years, and now a study is confirming that it’s not just a trend in the Dayton area. How common is it? Take a look at these figures…

Why I Love Family Law Depositions at the Dayton Law Library

In addition to the usual trappings of a regular public library, a law library offers services to its members such as free internet, heavy law books for the technological hold-outs, and meeting rooms. The Dayton Law Library, located on the 5th Floor of the Dayton-Montgomery County Courthouse, 41 North Perry Street, Dayton, Ohio, (just beyond…

Helping Men Avoid Common Divorce Mistakes

Steer clear of these pitfalls to help your case go smoothly There are many common mistakes that men make when they go through a divorce, mistakes that end up costing them in time, money, and, most important, wind up negatively influencing child custody decisions. The good news is that many of the most common pitfalls…

Big Divorce Problems That Aren’t So Big After All

Fear can devour divorce clients. Sometimes fear is so sharp that a person delays the inevitable. Unfortunately, fear during a divorce is normal and unavoidable.  In a few circumstances, what clients perceive as huge barriers in their cases actually turn out far smaller than they imagined going in. Long-Term Marriages Many clients first meet with me…

“Not all prisons have bars” Amanda Hocking, Torn

Relocation with a minor child is a heart-breaker.  Just when the newly divorced parents have gotten used to the parenting schedule, the back-and-forth, and the reality of not seeing their child every day, somebody gets transferred.  Or somebody has a new love interest.  Or somebody wants to fulfill their life-long dream of living in sunny…