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February 2013 Archives

Advice for those involved in a High Asset split

The divorce process is often one that leaves involved parties confused, emotional and distraught. Many couples in Ohio want the split to be over so that they can get on with the rest of their lives. According to some legal experts, this leads people to rush the process. Doing this can lead to many unwanted repercussions, especially if a couple is involved in a High Asset divorce.

The importance of financial trust in a marriage

Have you ever tried hiding something financial from your spouse? If so, many believe that you may be on a slippery slope towards divorce. According to a recent survey conducted by AARP, about one-third of married individuals report hiding a purchase or expense from a spouse on at least one occasion. This means that many couples in Ohio are lying to one another about how their money is spent. If such a lie is exposed, it can mean the end of a marriage.

Child custody exchange centers could make parents feel safer

Divorced parents have many concerns and worries that can keep them up at night. But some in Ohio have to deal with the reality of a dangerous ex-spouse, one who may act out without any sort of warning against the family she or he once had. This uncertainty has led some people to consider the idea of secure child custody exchange centers, something that can help eliminate the damaging effects that an abusive individual can cause.

Legal battle comes to an end for homosexual woman seeking custody

Same-sex relationships have been in the spotlight for some time now, often inciting different feelings in different people. The legal realm for same-sex relationships is still rather messy with varying laws based on the states in which the involved people reside. A recent announcement from the Ohio Supreme Court showcases such differences, as it declined to hear a case involving a potential child custody agreement between two women who were once together.

Relocating after an Ohio divorce and the effect on child custody

Life changes following divorce can affect where an ex-spouse wants to live. When a new job or other opportunity prompts a divorced Ohio parent to move, decisions must be made about changes to child custody arrangements.

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