We understand the concerns that parents face when they learn their child has been arrested or is under investigation for breaking the law. Aside from immediate concerns of protecting the child's safety and privacy, parents can worry that their child's future could be impacted by a troubling legal record. Our experienced attorneys have helped thousands of juvenile clients and their parents with defense strategies that protect the child's rights during any investigation and court proceedings, and minimize the problems an arrest can have on a child's future.
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The legislature has recently voted to expand the definition of "domestic violence" in Ohio. Up until now, Ohio restricted the definition of domestic violence to include only relationships between family members and others who resided in the same household. Following a national trend that has been developing for nearly a decade, the new Ohio law extends rights and responsibilities to those in dating relationships, even if the two never shared the same residence.
If you are planning on getting divorced, it helps to know what your options are as you begin the process. There are many ways you may pursue a divorce depending on your relationship and the state laws that manage divorce proceedings. Ohio is a unique state that recognizes both fault and no-fault divorces.
Attorney John Fischer Wins Jury Verdict for Local Business
A jury has awarded over $40,000 to a local heating and air conditioning business represented by the attorneys of Dearie, Fischer & Mathews. Attorney John Fischer litigated the matter of The Furnace Man Heating & Cooling LLC, et al. v. Nidal Saba, et al., in the Montgomery County Common Pleas Court to the successful jury verdict after a three-day trial. The case involved non-payment for the installation of a geothermal heating and cooling system. If your business is involved in a dispute, don't trust your case to just anyone. Call the business law attorneys of Dearie, Fischer & Mathews today.