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Mother fights state in child custody battle

Most Ohio parents will do just about anything to help their children when they are hurting. One mother desperately wanted to help her 3-year-old daughter and is now fighting a child custody battle against the state for both of her children. Her most recent child custody hearing was distressing, as the judge ruled that the children should stay with her ex-husband.

James Caan expected to pay in divorce settlement

Most Ohio residents know that marriages among those in the entertainment industry are not known for their longevity. Furthermore, because the paychecks of some of these performers who grace the large and the small screens are substantial, the financial arrangements in their divorce agreements can seem astonishing. The numbers involved in Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's divorce are no exception, and even though the ink is barely dry on this couple's agreement, they are already back in court.

Founders of charitable organization headed for divorce

Whether in Ohio or elsewhere, marriage is not easy. Sometimes it just does not last, no matter how long it has been since vows were exchanged. One of the founders of Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco), Bill Gross, and his wife of 31 years, Sue, are seeking a divorce. Mrs. Gross claims there are irreconcilable differences between the two that cannot be surmounted. She filed her divorce petition in November.

Sustaining a beneficial child custody order after divorce

The younger members of an Ohio family endure significant adjustments when their two parents divorce. Every parent wants to protect his or her children, and one of the best ways to do this during this time of transition is to work on a beneficial and practical child custody plan. For many families, there is great benefit in co-parenting.

Post-divorce financial stability needs proper planning

Finances typically play a significant role in any major life changes. Divorce is one of those occasions that need careful financial planning. Ohio is an equitable distribution state where property is generally divided as agreed by the spouses in a manner that will be fair in the eyes of the court. If no agreement is reached, the court will decide what it deems to be fair. Each spouse will want to take the necessary precautions to protect financial interests.

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