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Wealthy couple finally agree on terms of divorce

The end of an Ohio marriage can be amicable, but more often than not, there is contention between the two parties. The division of funds, property and other assets, as well as decisions concerning any children can extend a divorce dispute from months to years. A well-known property developer and his ex-wife, a plastic surgeon to celebrities, have finalized their divorce agreement to conclude their eight-year marriage.

Understanding marital property laws in Ohio

If you are considering divorce, one of the most important things you can know is how Ohio divides marital property. Unlike some other states, it is not as easy as dividing everything in half. Before you accept a settlement at the negotiating table or let a judge decide who gets the vacation house and stock options, you should take the time to sit down with an experienced divorce attorney in the Westerville area go over every single piece of property you and your future ex-husband own.

Divorce granted to son of former Vice President

There are many reasons an Ohio marriage might end. Two people who were once very much in love might decide they no longer share the same interests. One, or both, might have found love with another person. Sometimes, two people divorce because they just do not want to be together anymore. The divorce between Hunter Biden, son of former Vice President Joe Biden, and his wife was recently finalized.

Property division dispute settled for Orianne Collins

While the end of some marriages in Ohio are amicable enough, others are more contentious. When two people decide to divorce, common conflicts include child custody, property division and especially money. One example involves the former wife of singer Phil Collins, Orianne Collins. Ms. Collins recently reached a confidential divorce agreement with her ex-husband, investment banker Charles Fouad Mejjati, following a long dispute.

Silicon Valley couple to divorce

Sometimes people just do not get along. That goes for acquaintances, coworkers, and even two people who have been married for a number of years. Many Ohio residents who have gone through a divorce have seen first-hand that no amount of trying can make the marriage work. A power couple in the world of business have filed for a divorce, citing irreconcilable differences.

7 things not to do during visitation with your kids

You and your ex were together for 10 years before getting divorced. You have two kids together, so you know that even ending your marriage doesn't mean you won't see each other going forward. The kids will always be a link that you share. They live with your ex, but you have visitation rights and will spend a significant amount of time with them.

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