Sole Custody vs Joint Custody vs Shared Parenting

02/15/2017 10:12 PM
Types of Custody Arrangements in a Divorce or Dissolution in Ohio In Ohio, two types of custody are recognized: sole custody and shared parenting (“joint custody”). The difference between the two arrangements centers on the party or parties who have the right to the legal and physical control of a child. Sole Custody v. Shared […]
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Does Cheating Matter in a Divorce?

01/17/2017 09:30 AM
Does Cheating Matter in a Divorce?
It is a fairly common storyline in movies and television dramas: “Scorned spouse hires attorney to take cheating partner to the cleaners!” However, the reality of the situation is that most divorce courts could care less whether you or your spouse cheated. As difficult and distressing as it may be to deal with marital infidelity, […]
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What is Temporary Total Disability Compensation?

09/19/2016 04:42 PM
What is Temporary Total Disability Compensation?
You get injured at work and lose a significant amount of wages due to multiple missed days. How are you going to pay your bills? How are you going to recover those lost wages? Getting assistance from experienced attorneys when it comes to filing and processing your workers’ compensation claim is pivotal to recovering your […]
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Abusive Use of Eminent Domain to Build Ohio Pipelines (Part 2)

08/23/2016 11:28 AM
Abusive Use of Eminent Domain to Build Ohio Pipelines (Part 2)
Go here to read Part 1 » What happens if you tell that friendly man with the nice smile that works for a company that works for another company that is building a pipeline that, no, you really don’t want a pipeline on your property? You explain, kindly, that you saw one being built on […]
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G. Gregory Arenstein & Nicholas I. Andersen Named to 2016 Columbus CEO Top Lawyers List

06/16/2016 11:34 AM
G. Gregory Arenstein & Nicholas I. Andersen Named to 2016 Columbus CEO Top Lawyers List
Congratulations to Attorneys G. Gregory Arenstein and Nicholas I. Andersen for being named to the 2016 Columbus CEO’s Top Lawyers List. Greg and Nick are Shareholders at the Dublin, Ohio based law firm of Arenstein & Andersen Co., LPA. According to Columbus CEO, attorneys on the list are among an elite group of Columbus lawyers […]
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Abusive Use of Eminent Domain to Build Ohio Pipelines (Part 1)

05/12/2016 02:39 PM
Abusive Use of Eminent Domain to Build Ohio Pipelines (Part 1)
It starts with a knock at the door. A friendly man with a nice smile greets you and tells you that he works for a company that works for a company that is building a pipeline. The pipeline has a fun, friendly name like Utopia, Mariner, or Cornerstone. The pipeline will carry petroleum and petroleum […]
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Top Three Things to Know About Filing a Social Security Disability Claim

04/04/2016 11:49 PM
Top Three Things to Know About Filing a Social Security Disability Claim
When you are filing for Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits, here are some good things to keep in mind while going through the process: 1. Be patient Filing for SSD benefits involves a sometimes lengthy administrative process. A claim is filed by contacting the Social Security Administration (SSA), which may be done online, over the […]
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What do I do if I am injured at work?

02/24/2016 01:59 PM
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You suffer an injury at work or after months or years of being exposed to a chemical agent that you use at work, you realize that you have developed an occupational disease. What do you do now? Missing work loses you money and causes attendance issues on the job. Going to your doctor or an […]
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What is a “Like Kind” Exchange?

01/05/2016 10:52 AM
What is a “Like Kind” Exchange?
A tax deferred exchange or “like kind” exchange is a method of disposing of and reinvesting funds from investment or business-use assets while deferring capital gains and recapture taxes. To successfully complete a like kind exchange, timing is extremely important and the assistance of experienced counsel is highly recommended. The like kind exchange benefits are […]
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Do I Need to be Concerned About Taxes as Part of My Estate Planning?

11/23/2015 01:06 PM
Do I Need to be Concerned About Taxes as Part of My Estate Planning?
For estate tax planning, the federal tax law change a few years back brought good news for most regular folks. At the end of 2012, the federal transfer tax (which includes the estate tax and gift tax) rules were updated. Specifically, the law increased the amount of the available (gift and estate tax) exemptions, lowered […]
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