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Social media posts may be divorce evidence

The question of social media and other electronic evidence has come into play in many Ohio divorces. Most couples have at least one social media account on which they post personal information. In divorce cases, 81% of lawyers say they've discovered evidence on social media that is worth presenting during courtroom proceedings. Around two-thirds of divorce cases involve the use of Facebook as a primary source of evidence, and one-third of all divorce case legal action can be traced to affairs conducted online.

Child support by agreement saves time and energy in court

When two people who have children together split up, one of the main questions to address is child support. The family court system in Ohio is designed to provide definitive answers on child support, custody and other issues. However, it's often in the best interests of the parents and children to agree outside of court. Child support by agreement works well in situations where the parents are able and willing to work together to work out the specific details.

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