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West Salem Divorce Attorney

A West Salem divorce attorney aggressively represents individual in family law cases, including divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and  motion to modify parental rights and responsibilities.  Having a West Salem divorce attorney on your side gives you greater access to the divorce court by giving you a better opportunity to have your voice heard by the court.
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Orrville Divorce Attorney

Orrville Divorce AttorneyAn Orrville divorce attorney provides representation for divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and  motions to modify parental rights and responsibilities.

Orrville Divorce Attorney Fights For Clients In Divorce Court 

  Where one or both parents are Orrville residents, a divorce would likely be filed in the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court.  The initial filing consists of complaint for divorce, affidavits, and usually a motion for temporary orders.  The temporary orders motion can either be immediately granted or set for hearing.  Several “pre-trial” hearings are set by the court.  The first is a Status One Hearing, where the attorneys tell the magistrate the issues involved in the case.  The next two are the Status Two and Pre-Trial conferences, where the attorneys provide a more detailed analysis supported by detailed written breakdowns of the issues.  These hearings are followed by a final hearing before the magistrate. (more…)

Wadsworth Divorce Attorney

When one or more spouses or parents reside in Wadsworth, Ohio, that person may need the services of a Wadsworth divorce attorney, who provides representation for divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and  motion to modify parental rights and responsibilities. A divorce case for Wadsworth residents would start in the Medina Domestic Relations Court, 99 Public Square, Medina, Ohio 44256.  The matter starts with the filing of a complaint, accompanied by a number of affidavits, often including a request for temporary orders.  The Medina County Domestic Relations Court usually initially decides temporary orders based upon a fourteen day notice and response period, but may also set the matter for hearing.  A case management hearing is usually held on its own or at the same time as the temporary orders hearing.  (more…)

Good Faith Exception

The police need reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed prior to pulling someone over or temporarily detaining them. The police need probable cause to arrest someone.  Even if the police are wrong, as long as they acted in good faith, the stop, detention or arrest is still valid.  This is known as the good faith exception.  If the criminal record computer system, otherwise known as LEADS, shows that someone has an arrest warrant, the police can arrest the person.  Even if that computer entry later turned out to be wrong and the warrant was quashed well before the arrest was made, the arrest is still valid because the police were acting on good faith reliance on the computer records.  The computer records, which includes LEADS and BMV records, tells police the person’s record, whether the driver’s license is valid, active warrants, active civil protection orders, and violent tendency warnings. (more…)