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Thaddeus Stephen Wexler

Canfield Divorce / Separation Lawyer.

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  1. I am the defendant in a petition for divorce. I do not live in the county where the case is filed. I believe that the

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    2. Ashley Lenore Jones
    3. Peter Stephen Kirner
    4. Daniel E. Henry
    4 lawyer answers

    I understand your concern. The first thing you should do is inquire with the prospective attorney's whether they know the plaintiff. Even if they do, it doesn't mean they won't do their job as a officer of the court. Attorney's are sworn and ethically obligated to represent your interests to the fullest. If they can't do that, then they should refrain from taking the case.

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  2. What are the details of divorce?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Jonathan Paul Jennings
    2. George Peter Mccarthy
    3. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    4. Kent Thomas Jones
    4 lawyer answers

    I am sorry to hear about your difficulty with your marriage. If you can't live with him, yet don't want a divorce, you may want to get him to enter into a legal separation for a time being (if there are financial reasons such as insurance for you, this makes sense). A legal separation basically stops things where they are, so future debts made during this time will stick with the spouse who initiated it. Again, usually people do this in instances where there are concerns about keeping...

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  3. We Both filed for Divorce in Different Counties in Ohio The same week, Whose the petitioner?

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Stephen Douglas Gregg
    2. Deborah Zaccaro Hoffman
    3. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    4. Rocky Gene Ball Jr.
    4 lawyer answers

    Usually whichever person was served first, is the winner of the venue battle. Make sure you, or your attorney looks at whether your spouse meets the criteria for residency in the county they filed in. Has your spouse been a resident of the county they filed in for 90 days? If the answer is no, you can motion the court to dismiss.

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  4. Please help me i do not know what to do

    Answered almost 2 years ago.

    1. Peter Stephen Kirner
    2. Dennis Armand DiMartino
    3. Christopher Lee Beck
    4. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    5. Joseph Torri
    5 lawyer answers

    Plea not guilty. Assuming you ultimately plea, the charge can be sealed after a year of successful completion of probation.

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  5. I have shared parenting no child support my income has been reduced drastically can i file a motion for child support?

    Answered about 2 years ago.

    1. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    1 lawyer answer

    If there is a change in circumstance, you should be able to get a downward or upward modification.

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  6. Can you become a legal assistant in ohio with a felony 5

    Answered over 4 years ago.

    1. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    1 lawyer answer

    I don't see why you can't become a legal assistant. There is not a law that I am aware of, that would keep you from working as a legal assistant. Many times, employers frown on a job candidate having a felony, or a crime of dishonesty (theft). Some employers have policies against hiring felons because of the nature of their business. In this particular case, probably police agencies and prosecutor's office's may have such a policy. My recommendation is to keep plugging away, and work...

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  7. If the spouse is caught in adultery, can the other spouse force them to move out?

    Answered about 1 year ago.

    1. Brian Scott Piper
    2. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    3. Peter Stephen Kirner
    3 lawyer answers

    Ohio is a no-fault state. Adultery is a grounds for divorce, but does not play a role in who is awarded the house. Your spouse cannot make you move out for that reason. If and when the divorce proceedings get underway, something will need to be done with the house. Either one party retains it, or its sold.

  8. In a dissolution and separation agreement

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Deborah Zaccaro Hoffman
    2. Peter Stephen Kirner
    3. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    3 lawyer answers

    If you do convert it to a divorce, make sure you have a witness with you the day of the hearing, who can attest to the fact that you both have lived separate and apart for more than a year, or the marriage is incompatible.

  9. When agreeing on a separation agreement, does it really matter ? it depends on what the judge says, yes or no.

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Peter Stephen Kirner
    2. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    3. Rebecca Lynne Melone
    3 lawyer answers

    I agree with the other post on here, indicating a lack of clarity on what you are asking. Here is a question for you? Please tell me if I have this straight. It sounds like you filed a divorce on your own (pro-se). It sounds like the Judge granted some sort of temporary order, awarding your husband with support. Hence your ability to dismiss. Did he have counsel? Its not necessarily the case that the Judge "has" to grant your husband spousal support in a divorce. Often times it is...

  10. International student charged with 1st degree Misdemeanor - Fleeing police officer

    Answered over 1 year ago.

    1. Benjamin Louis Luftman
    2. Amanda Ackerman Condon
    3. Thaddeus Stephen Wexler
    3 lawyer answers

    Criminal charges can have a impact onyour immigration status and future/present employment. If this is your first offense, competent counsel can probably get a positive result accomplished for you. With that said, you may want to seek out counsel so as provide input as to the impact a criminal charge may have on your immigration status, in order to give your criminal defense attorney a understanding of what he/she is working with for mitigation (lessening the impact) purposes. So in your...

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