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Helen Clare Wallace

Helen Wallace’s Legal Guides

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  • How Ohio Courts Impute Income For Child Support When One Parent is Unemployed or Underemployed

    In Ohio, Courts can impute (assign) income to a parent for purposes of calculating child support if the Court finds the parent is voluntarily unemployed or underemployed. Your a href=""Dayton family lawyer /a can help you establish in a court hea...

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  • Transferring Property Without Probate in Ohio

    In some situations it is possible and advisable to avoid probate after the death of a loved one under Ohio probate law. Not all property must pass through probate in order to be transferred out of a deceased persons name. For example, if spouses hold certain property jointly with...

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  • How is Child Support Computed in Ohio When One Parent is Unemployed or Underemployed?

    Ohio child support is calculated in accordance with a child support schedule and worksheet governed by Ohio Revised Code Sections 3119.02 through 3119.24. When computing child support, the statute defines income in two ways: if a parent is employed full-time then it means the g...

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  • How to Change Your Name Through an Ohio Divorce

    Many women want to get their maiden name, or a previous name, back after a divorce. In order to accomplish this, your Dayton divorce lawyer will request the name change in the intitial divorce proceedings. After the divorce is final, the Court will issue an entry, either separate...

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  • Basic Items Needed to File a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    In order to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, your Dayton bankruptcy attorney will need to file a petition, a schedule of assets and liabilities, a schedule of current income and expenditures, a schedule of exempt (or protected) property, a statement of financial affairs, and a ...

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  • Things To do and Things Not to Do When Preparing to File Bankruptcy

    It is very important to do and not to do certain things when preparing to file bankruptcy. I always give my clients a list similar to the one below and ask them to read it carefully. If you wonder if something is appropriate to do before bankruptcy - CONSULT YOUR ATTORNEY BEFORE DOING IT!

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