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1 Answer | Asked in Uncategorized for Ohio on
Q: How can I see the court transcripts of my parents divorce case?

My parents have both made claims and denied claims maid by the opposite parent and I want to know who is being truthful.

William Lehner
William Lehner answered on Jul 5, 2021

You can look up the case at http://search.summitcpcourt.net/schedule/p_CaseNameSearch.aspx. You could hire a lawyer if that doesn't help.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law for Ohio on
Q: My boyfriend got arrested and this is one of his charges unlawful trans. 672.09-1 what does that mean

He has drug charges and falsification

William Lehner
William Lehner answered on Jul 5, 2021

Unlawful transaction in weapons.

1 Answer | Asked in Civil Litigation for Ohio on
Q: I had my wedding rings stolen from my mother's house when I stayed a few days to visit. I contacted the police

The police said I was considered a resident because I visited my mom for a few days and it was a civil matter. I don't live in her home so I'm not sure how I am a resident. What can I do to retrieve my stolen property? What are my rights?

William Lehner
William Lehner answered on Jul 5, 2021

If your mom has home insurance, see if it covers personal property, then file a claim.

1 Answer | Asked in Real Estate Law for Ohio on
Q: Does seller have any rights to tell buyer what can or cannot be done on the property once closing has occured?

The previous owner/builder is harassing my neighbor telling them what they can or cannot do with the dwelling and property as if he still owns it.

William Lehner
William Lehner answered on Jul 5, 2021

It is possible that the property is subject to covenants or that the seller retained an interest. Your neighbor should hire a lawyer.

1 Answer | Asked in Animal / Dog Law for Ohio on
Q: I brought a lost dog into the dog warden and I ended up getting bit

And the volunteer that was walking that dog through the lobby part didn’t pay attention and then I filled a accident report out and then the dog warden found owner of the lost dog and gave out my personal information and showed pics of me to the owner are they allowed to do that also am I able to... Read more »

William Lehner
William Lehner answered on Jul 5, 2021

I believe you can sue the owner and maybe the organization who had a negligent volunteer. I don't know of why the warden could not show your picture.

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Child Support, Divorce and Family Law for Ohio on
Q: How can I get Divorce, custody, child / spousal support help?

Hi, I'm a stay at home mom to 4 kids including a breastfed infant. My husband works 12 hours a day and 3 days off, but is not present when home as he smokes weed outside for hours on end. Or he's asleep because of medical issues and can't be woken up. I have a support system and do... Read more »

William Lehner
William Lehner answered on Jul 5, 2021

You should talk privately with a divorce lawyer. Don't be afraid. From what you said, it is most likely that it is in the best interest of the children for them to be with you. A Guardian Ad Litem can be appointed who would probably say that the kids should not be with a pot head. He would... Read more »

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