Four Surprising Facts About Divorce

Here are four stats about divorce that may not be widely known: 1. Expensive weddings more often lead to divorce A pair of researchers at Sacramento State, Andrew Francis-Tan and Hugo Mialon, conducted a study in which they viewed the association between wedding spending and marriage...

What Happens To The Family Dog After A Divorce?

As a divorce lawyer, and as an animal lover, the question of canine custody is one that tugs at our heart-strings. It is also a question that has some interesting answers. Divorce? Who Gets To Keep The Dog? Dogs are considered personal property in the eyes...

The Disappearance of Instant Divorce

While a divorce lawyer can help individuals in Cincinnati and around the United States maneuver through court proceedings and the like, in India, “instant divorces” were a unique option where some women weren’t even able to use one. This is now coming to an end....

What to Consider Before Drafting a Will

Each state has its own laws surrounding estates, Wills, and inheritance taxes. As attorneys in Cincinnati who focus on Probate matters, we are most familiar with Ohio state laws, but we can certainly cover general concerns for other states as well. In nearly all cases, Wills require the signatures of two...

The Wisdom of Making a Will in Cincinnati

You may hear people encourage you to write a Will, and formalize that document. Even if you are in perfect health, having such documentation in place can put your mind at ease and reassure your loved ones. (And yes, we are Cincinnati Estate Planning attorneys and probate lawyers,...

Who Pays the Bills of a Deceased Person?

Let’s say, hypothetically, that a member of your family has passed away. Who then pays the bills for this family member? Generally, this family member’s estate is responsible for such payments. The Executor of the Will is charged with the tasks of collecting the decedent’s property, paying all...

What Probate Means in Estate Issues

We here at Donnellon, Donnellon & Miller are Cincinnati probate lawyers, and we often field the question of probate as it relates to estate issues. Probate Explained When a person passes away and has a Will in place – this person is referred to as the decedent – there...

Understanding “Annie’s Law” and OVI Penalty Changes

Information About Annie’s Law Annie’s Law is dedicated to a woman named Annie Rooney, who was killed by a drunk driver on July 4, 2013. She was a 36 year old lawyer. She had been a prosecuting attorney in Bosemont, Montana, and had recently opened her...

Donnellon, Donnellon and Miller at Ribberfest 2017!

We don’t just provide legal advice for Estate Planning and Probate…. we also BBQ! The Cincinnati lawyers of Donnellon, Donnellon and Miller have a BBQ team named “Smokin’ Irish” and they’re participating in the KCBS (Kansas City Barbeque Society) event at Ribberfest this Saturday August...

Eligibility For Sealing Criminal Records Expanded In 2014

In 2014, the Ohio Legislator expanded the pool of individuals eligible for sealing, sometimes referred to as expungement, of their criminal record. While previously first time offenders were only eligible for sealing of their record, the pool was expanded to those who had two (2) misdemeanor convictions, or one (1) felony...

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