This is a very complex situation that cannot be solved online. If you are not happy with your current attorney, you must find another one. If I were you, I would do this quickly. Best of luck to you.
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Your attorney is the one with whom you should discuss these issues - and if you're not satisfied with your attorney you should seek a second opinion in the county in which your case is being heard.
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Spousal support if pursuant to the factors here after a division of property. http://codes.ohio.gov/orc/3105.18
It's not a question that can be answered here. If you get a new attorney, do it before getting rid of the one you have now. Actually, with trial so close, you should sit down with your attorney and figure out the strategy he/she has in mind. If you fire your attorney, the court may or may not grant a continuance.
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