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Spousal support case reviewed by appellate court

Some divorced couples in Ohio are able to come to an amicable settlement and move on with their lives with no future problems. The paths of others are not so smoothly resolved, and child or spousal support issues rear their ugly heads after a period of time. A former couple's dispute in a restructured spousal support agreement has gone to an appellate court for further deliberation.

Money at center of bitter divorce dispute

For Ohio couples whose annual income is not plentiful, it may not be difficult to divide assets when the marriage is over. However, when an extremely wealthy couple chooses to divorce, it can be much more complicated to decide who gets what. The former chairman of one of the country's oldest trade and exchange commissions, and his ex-wife 21 years his junior, are feuding over the amount of money she should receive in their divorce.

How financial disputes can be resolved through mediation

When a couple commits to the process of getting divorced, things can become tense. Even if they used to be a good team when it came to making decisions, even the smallest agreements may now become impossible to establish. This can be frustrating even in the best of situations. However, when it comes to agreeing on dividing marital property, explosive arguments can be extremely costly for both parties.

Aunt fights for child custody of nephew

Drug abuse by hundreds of Ohio parents has resulted in displacement of their children. While some children are placed in the foster system, relatives of other children are fighting child custody battles to keep them with their families. One woman is seeking child custody of her 4-year-old nephew after his foster parent was recently arrested for child abuse.

CEO files for divorce from wife

It can be hard for an Ohio couple to divide assets under any circumstances. However, when the couple has amassed a fortune at some point, the divisions in a divorce can get complicated. Talent agent and co-CEO of William Morris Endeavor, Ari Emanuel, and his wife, Sarah Addington, have some issues to sort out concerning their divorce.

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