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February 2019 Archives

Tom Arnold files for divorce from wife

Sometimes, an Ohio couple will agree that the marriage is not working, but they will not agree on a settlement that comes with the ensuing dissolution. An impending divorce will find both sides needing to agree on many issues, from division of assets to child support and custody. Actor Tom Arnold and his soon-to-be ex do not agree on certain issues while they are going through their divorce.

Reality show couple divorce after only seven months of marriage

Since 2014, Ohio reality TV fans have been treated to the saga of international romances in the show, "90 Day Fiance." While some of the stars over the years have remained married, some have inevitably gone through a divorce. Contestants in Season 6 of the show, Colt Johnson and Larissa Dos Santos Lima, are headed for divorce, as Johnson filed his paperwork just last month.

When your retirement income changes, so should spousal support

With more families having two spouses working outside of the home these days, spousal support isn't as common as it once was. The courts usually only order support when there is a substantial discrepancy in earning potential between former spouses. When both spouses work for the duration of the marriage, support may not be necessary.

Lorenzo Lamas satisfied with latest divorce settlement

Try as they might, some Ohio couples just cannot make their marriages work. They often feel the only recourse is to file for divorce and end their union. Coming to an acceptable agreement may depend on the level of contention between the couple. Movie and TV personality Lorenzo Lamas has just finalized his fifth divorce and is satisfied with the division of assets between him and his ex-wife.

Parents win child custody case with medical diagnosis

Many custody cases that make the news these days deal with celebrities from the sports or entertainment world fighting with an ex or of grandparents who are fighting to keep their grandchildren as a result of drug abuse on the part of their children. However, sometimes a child services agency gets involved and parents end up fighting for child custody of their own child. Ohio parents might be interested in the case of two parents fighting for child custody after a medical diagnosis gave the Department of Social Services cause to remove their child from his home.

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