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September 2015 Archives

Prenuptial agreements determine how marital assets are divided

Ohio readers know that divorce is complicated, especially when a couple has significant wealth or assets. This is why it is important for couples to consider the benefits provided by a prenuptial agreement. While this is a common practice for wealthy couples, couples of all income levels can benefit from the protection of a prenuptial agreement. In case of divorce, this legal agreement will determine how marital assets will be divided as well as how to settle other divorce matters.

A divorce does not have to lead to emotional and mental harm

The stress of divorce can take a toll on every member of the family, but it is possible to lessen the emotional and mental impact of the process. Even the most amicable of couples may dispute over certain issues such as child custody, property division and financial support. When facing such divorce issues, it is important for every Ohio individual to take steps to protect both mental and emotional health.

Before the divorce, things to consider

When individuals in Ohio decide to end a marriage, it is often the result of a great deal of thought and discussion by the couple. In many cases, the decision to proceed and file for divorce might come after many months or even years of both sides trying to make the relationship work. For those currently considering divorce, a group of experts recently weighed in on what some of the most important things are to consider before proceeding to file.

High-asset divorce settlement overturned by judge

Many Ohio residents are fans of the hit television series "Empire," which begins its second season this fall. One of the stars of that show is the Academy Award-nominated actor Terrence Howard. The actor has made headlines of late not for his work onscreen, but due to an unusual outcome in his high-asset divorce case.

Traditional marriages uncommon today, women asking for divorce

Every single marriage and divorce is completely different from another, even in the same neighborhood, city and state. However, there are some things that seem to be similar when it comes to divorce. While many female residents of Ohio may think that men would be the first to initiate a divorce, the truth of the matter is that it is actually the wife who initiates the dissolution of the marriage.

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