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Browse our legal blog for lots of useful and interesting information in plain language. The Rapier & Bowling Blog contains information on topics like family law, immigration, civil litigation, personal injury, and HOA/COA. Please contact us if we can help you with your legal needs.

When parents are divorced or never married, they may disagree about how to pay for the children's college education. Should one or both parents be obligated to pay? What if one parent can afford it...

Being part of a Homeowner’s Association (HOA) or Condo Owner’s Association (COA) brings advantages. For some, it also brings headaches. When you experience a dispute with your HOA or with a neighbor, you might feel...

When you hire a lawyer, you take care to find someone experienced and skilled in the area with which you need help. You probably seek a good personal rapport, as well. However, clients sometimes assume...

When you think about the industries that shaped Cincinnati history, you probably think of beer and pork. The city still celebrates both regularly. But just as integral to the Queen City’s identity is the legal...

Divorce is one of life’s most stressful events. However, when you have young children, that stress tends to multiply. You worry about your children’s health and well-being. The news that you’re legally required to attend divorce education...

What is Elder Law? And more important, who needs to think about it? This growing field becomes important to more and more people as our population ages. More people are facing issues like end-of-life care...

Starting a new small business can be overwhelming. One of the top reasons potential entrepreneurs hesitate to get started is the idea that they must spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on a lawyer right out...

Grandparent Primary Caregivers on the Rise Approximately 2.7 million U.S. families consist of grandparents raising grandchildren. That number has doubled since the 1970s, reports Psychology Today. Many factors can prevent a parent from caring for their children for...