Northeast Ohio Attorneys’ Blog Features Posts on Divorce, Dissolution and Family Law Issues

(, December 14, 2011 ) Akron, Ohio The northeast Ohio divorce attorneys at Slater and Zurz are pleased to announce that they are running a law firm blog featuring posts on divorce, dissolution and family law issues. The blog was launched to serve as a resource for Ohio residents in the counties of Summit, Stark, Portage, Cuyahoga, Columbiana, Geauga, Medina, Mahoning, Trumbull and Wayne who are looking to learn more about their legal rights in regard to divorce, dissolution, child custody and related matters. To view the northeast Ohio attorneys law firm blog, please visit

The blog created by the Akron divorce attorneys at the firm addresses a number of issues commonly experienced by those going through a divorce. Featured on the Ohio family law blog include entries on the following topics: post-judgment modification of child custody orders; involvement of psychologists in Ohio divorce cases; changing child support due to job loss; and determining the length of an Ohio divorce. The blog also offers insight into recent rulings which could affect divorce cases in Ohio, including a Seventh District Court of Appeals decision in a Mahoning County shared parenting case.

While the northeast Ohio attorneys at Slater and Zurz have been handling divorce and dissolution cases for more than 40 years, they also practice in the areas of personal injury and business law. As such, their Ohio legal blog also features information on brain injuries, nursing home abuse, car accidents and legal malpractice. The attorneys at the northeast Ohio law firm look to build long-term relationships with their clients and remain dedicated to protecting the rights of those undergoing a divorce, as well as the personally injured. For more information on Slater and Zurz, and to schedule a free initial consultation with the northeast Ohio attorneys at the firm, please visit today.

Slater & Zurz
Jim Slater

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