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Ohio family law: Protect personal data during the divorce process

Thanks to device-syncing technology, many couples in Ohio and elsewhere own phones, tablets and computers that share personal information, such as user names and passwords, with each other. When going through the divorce process, this technology has made it easier for spouses to access each other's accounts and use information contained within against each other. In a recent article published by CNBC, family law attorneys suggest un-syncing devices and changing passwords in order to keep personal information protected during and after a divorce. 

Ohio family law: Think twice before posting to social media

Social media is a part of everyday life for most people. Numerous Ohio residents turn to sites like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to share details of their lives with family, friends and strangers. While these sites grant people connections with others, what one posts on social media can have severe consequences if one is not careful. A woman in another state found this out the hard way when she aired her family law issue on Facebook in a way that some found offensive and cruel.

Ohio family law: Lessons from the Jolie-Pitt custody case

Trying to figure out child custody arrangements when in the midst of dissolving one's marriage can be a challenge. Two parents can have widely different ideas on what they think is best for their children. When all is said and done, family law courts in Ohio and elsewhere understand that the child custody issue is not a one and done kind of thing. Modifications to initial custody plans may be necessary and have the ability to benefit everyone involved.

Family law approach to divorce can affect timeline

Divorce: an issue that will strike numerous Ohio couples this year. When it does, it is understandable that both parties would want to get it over as quickly as humanly possible. Is there such a thing as a swift divorce? At the end of the day, the family law approach taken to address the matter can affect the divorce timeline. 

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