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  • Collaborative Law: http://www.collablaw.com/cincinnati/ -- Collaborative Law is a unique area of law used as an alternative form of resolving disputes. It is becoming more widely accepted in areas of domestic relations and, more recently, in contract disputes. It is an interest-based negotiation technique. Collaborative Law encourages the parties to treat each other with respect, emphasizes protecting the needs of the children, and requires an honest exchange of information by the parties.  Collaborative Law protects your interests while preserving family relationships.  Collaborative Law helps the parties avoid adversarial stances and protracted fighting – both in and out of court. This is a promising model for protecting children from the detrimental side-affects of Divorce.

  • Hamilton County Clerk of Courts: www.courtclerk.orgthis web site allows you to access most court public records in the courts of Hamilton County, including criminal and civil litigation.  It also gives general information about Small Claims Court, Municipal Court, and the Court of Common Pleas as well as garnishments and collections.

  • US Code – Immigration:  http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode08/usc_sup_01_8_10_12.html
    Review the United States Code on immigration law

  • The Collaborative Law Center:  http://www.collaborativelaw.com/ --learn more about Collaborative Law

  • Collaborative Practice:  http://www.collaborativepractice.com/ -- learn more about Collaborative Law

  • United States Code: http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/index.html -- access the United States Code

  • Ohio State Bar Association:  www.ohiobar.orgthis is a good resource for law and legal happenings in Ohio

  • Hamilton County Auditor:  www.hamiltoncountyauditor.orgcheck out property ownership, transfers, and taxes as well as dog licenses

  • Internal Revenue Service:  www.irs.gov

  • Ohio Supreme Court:  www.sconet.state.oh.us

  • Ohio Secretary of State:  www.sos.state.oh.us/sos/

  • Hamilton County Probate Court:  www.probatect.orgProbate is the name of the process by which the court retitles your property after your death.  Review probate cases and the rules of the Probate Court