We are now serving clients in Montgomery County, Ohio, as well as in Warren, Greene, Hamilton, Butler, Clermont, and Clinton counties.
The new address for our main office will be at 37 Iron Gate Park Drive, Centerville, Ohio 45459.
On wards and up wards!
Attorney Gabe Moorman didn’t have to look far to find a new addition to his Southwestern Ohio law firm – In fact, the firm doesn’t even have to worry about changing its name.
Please join him in welcoming Richard A. Moorman to Moorman Law. Dr. Moorman brings with him a unique combination of education and experience. He also happens to be Gabe’s father. Gabe feels incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to work alongside his dad and proud to have him on board.
Like his son, Rick was born and raised in Southwest Ohio and is a graduate of Carroll High School and the University of Dayton. Rick attended law school at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., while working as a student associate for Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein, and Fox (with clients including Apple and Google).
Before attending law school, Rick earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Dayton. He worked as an intelligence analyst for the Department of Defense at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base for over 25 years. Rick was honored with numerous awards for his service, including the Commander’s Award for Merit and the Exemplary Civilian Service Award.
Dr. Moorman will act primarily as a tax law and financial consultant pending his admission to the Ohio Bar.
Rick lives with his wife, Judy, in Beavercreek, Ohio. He loves spending time with his three wonderful grandchildren.
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Congratulations to Damian M. Moorman for earning his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Dayton. Damian received his diploma this past Saturday, December 14th, 2013 at the UD Arena from President Daniel Curran (pictured below). Surrounded by his friends and family, Damian celebrated this achievement by thanking those who have guided and supported him throughout the years – especially his parents, Dr. Rick and Judy Moorman. Moorman Law is fortunate to have his internet optimization and marketing expertise. Damian has been instrumental in the establishment of Moorman Law as a formidable legal provider in Southwest, Ohio. Even before joining the UD Alumni Network, Damian was recognized as one of the leaders of social media and electronic marketing – having taken numerous companies under his wing. Damian is also the Director of Communication for the multi-platinum ASCAP award-winning international recording artist, Blessid Union of Souls. He has unilaterally acquired over a quarter million Twitter followers by utilizing his creative skill-set and technical prowess. Although we are hesitant to share his talents, feel free to contact the firm at 513.228.6024 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any interest in retaining his services.
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Spousal support can only be modified if the original decree of divorce authorizes the court to do so. If the decree gives this authority, then a “change of circumstances” for either party can lead to spousal support modification. A change of circumstances includes any increase or decrease in a party’s wages, salary, bonuses, living expenses or medical expenses. (source: Ohio Domestic Relations Practice Manual).
Language allowing modification of spousal support should explicitly state whether retirement can be considered as a factor. Just as it is when first establishing spousal support, there is no actual formula to modify support (its length or amount). However, the predicted length of the paying spouse’s working career is always important.
If an injury or other unpredictable condition occurs, changing the paying spouse’s income – than it is often the case that spousal support be reduced on a pro rata basis. For example, if the paying husband is injured and receives disability payments equal to 70 percent of his past income, then the spousal support could be appropriately changed to 70 percent of the current order.
When determining spousal support modification, the court should look at the overall financial needs of both parties. In a post-decree situation, either party may seek attorney fees and court costs from the other party. The court will base such an award on what is “equitable.”
In asking the court to modify an existing court order for spousal support, it is crucial to have the guidance of an experienced family law attorney in your area. Call Mr. Moorman at (513) 228-6024 today to set up a free consultation regarding your spousal support questions and concerns.
by Warren County Spousal Support Lawyer Gabe Moorman of Moorman Law, LLC. 212 N. Broadway Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
212 N. Broadway Street, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Right above the Lebanon Chamber of Commerce and adjacent to Rittgers & Rittgers (across the street from Fifth Third Bank.
At a time in your life that is likely stressful and confusing, you can rely on Gabe Moorman. His greatest asset is quite simple – He actually CARES about his clients. Mr. Moorman is empathetic, attentive, and responsive. He has developed a reputation for solving difficult problems and offering practical legal solutions. From negotiating a fair settlement to litigating a high stakes trial, he will work hard to achieve your unique legal goals.
His clients include doctors, lawyers, teachers, entrepreneurs, athletes, and many other professionals. Many of the individuals who seek his counsel are in fear of losing everything; Including their jobs, families, and money. With that in mind, Mr. Moorman does not take his role lightly – recognizing that his clients place a significant amount of trust in him.
Whether you are a mother, father, grandparent, or other family member, if it matters to you, it matters to him. Call today at 513.502.6866 to set up a free consultation, so you can stop worrying and start living!