Monthly Archives: October 2013

Forever in Your Debt

Q: I have a lot of debt. What are my options? A: There are several options available to pay down consumer debt: keep trying to pay as best you can, self-help or structured financial planning (such as Dave Ramsey’s Financial … Continue reading

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Will my boomerang come back to bite me?

Q: If my adult child moves back home am I liable if she gets into an accident with her own car? A: Assuming that she has her own insurance and is the titled owner of her vehicle you should not … Continue reading

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A collaborative effort

Q: What is a collaborative divorce? A: A collaborative divorce process pursues a solution that best meets the needs of the parties and their children in ending the relationship, instead of the rights- or blame-based proceedings in a courtroom divorce. … Continue reading

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Grandma will run over in the rain, dear

Q: Our son and his wife divorced a few years ago and our son has since moved away. The mother has decided not to let us see our grandchildren. What can we do? A: Ohio added a new law in … Continue reading

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