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November 2016 Archives

Does alimony ever end in Ohio?

Whether you have been ordered to pay alimony or you are currently receiving it, you may have many questions about how long these payments will continue, or if they can ever be modified or terminated early. Well, the short answer is that it depends.

Alleged hate crimes spike after election, up 6 percent in 2015

The Southern Poverty Law Center, a respected anti-hate and civil rights nonprofit, has logged more than 700 instances of hate-based harassment and intimidation since the election. The incidents have ranged from anti-Semitic pro-Trump graffiti to out and out assaults.

What does it mean to have your record expunged?

Everyone worries about passing a background check, qualifying for employment or getting approved for housing. Our permanent records can be a catalyst for the types of opportunities we are afforded. So having the option to get something expunged from your permanent record can really set the tone for your future.

How is alimony determined?

When a couple gets divorced, alimony may be rewarded to one of the former spouses. Alimony (also referred to as spousal support) is payment made by one former spouse to another after a divorce in order to stabilize the financial situation for the less-earning partner. The purpose of alimony is to keep things fair between the splitting parties and to avoid leaving one spouse in an economic crisis.

Registries being used for more and more crimes

It is pretty well-known that one of the consequences being convicted of a sex offense can have is being listed on a sex offender registry. However, in some states, the use of registries is not just limited to sex offenses. The use of registries for non-sex offenses had been expanding in the U.S. over the past several years, according to an Associated Press review.

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