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Guns N' Roses' Slash wants end to divorce

Whether an Ohio spouse's income is massive or below the national average, there are still obligations he or she may have to fulfill after a divorce. If there are children born from the relationship, one parent might be ordered by the court to pay child support. Should the family consist only of the couple, one may be required to pay spousal support. The 13-year marriage between Guns N' Roses guitarist, Slash, and his wife is slowly coming to an end, after he filed for divorce four years ago.

Forgery allegations during divorce lands man in hot water

Ohio residents may know of people who have tried some outrageous stunts when going through a divorce. Hiding assets so they will not be considered in property division, cutting off the money supply to the future ex and false accusations of abuse and adultery are just some of the dirty tricks that have been used by spouses wanting out of their marriages. One attorney has been suspended from practicing law in his home state because of some information revealed during divorce proceedings from his wife.

Divorce follows allegations of embezzlement

The reason an Ohio couple chooses to divorce can be one among many. Money issues, lack of communication or intimacy and infidelity are just a few of the causes for which couples seek the services of a family law attorney. The husband of a former employee of a nonprofit agency wants a divorce on the heels of a financial scandal.

Little sister of Leah Remini goes through divorce

No matter how long an Ohio couple has been married, ending that marriage is rarely emotionally easy. Even the most acrimonious splits will often hold an element of remorse. The younger sister of actress Leah Remini, Shannon Farrara, and her ex-husband, William Kilmartin, have released the news that their divorce was granted a year ago.

Child custody win in divorce for Keshia Knight Pulliam

Child custody disputes in Ohio can get really ugly, depending on the circumstances surrounding the reason for the parents parting ways. When there is great animosity between the parents, it is often hard to put those feelings aside when trying to reach an agreement on terms of custody. Fans of The Cosby Show will remember Keshia Knight Pulliam as Rudy, now a mother herself, who has just recently finalized her divorce with her ex-husband.

Woman up against tough opponent in divorce case

Domestic abuse is often cited as the reason for an Ohio divorce. Those in abusive situations are encouraged to call the police as soon as an incident occurs. For one woman, however, calling the police only made her situation worse as her abuser, her husband, was a police officer. In addition to filing for divorce, she is suing the police department for which he works for $15 million.

Convicted senator's wife wants a divorce

While most Ohio divorces hold some level of contention, the specific reasons for the split may increase the hostility. While many couples cite irreconcilable differences in their filing, others are more detailed about why they want to divorce. The wife of Senator Carlos Uresti has filed for divorce after his conviction for fraud.

Woman files lawsuit after divorce

The reasons an Ohio couple chooses to divorce are numerous. Infidelity, money issues or claims of irreconcilable differences are just a few of the more frequently-cited reasons couples do not want to remain together. One woman has a most unusual story to explain why her husband asked her for a divorce.

Woman seeking to divorce absentee husband

Nearly every person changes moods or behaviors over the course of his or her life. With some, it is a pleasant maturing but with others, it can be distressing to those closest to them. Ohio couples who have been or who are considering marriage often feel they know each other fairly well and have some certainty that they can adapt to spousal changes. If they cannot, divorce may be imminent. One woman is seeking a divorce under an unusual circumstance.

Wife fears husband will take all in divorce

Ohio exes may attribute any number of things as the cause of their divorce. Money, another love interest or simply growing apart can all be reasons a marriage does not work out. A woman who filed for divorce from her husband several months ago has filed a new lawsuit seeking certain assets before her husband can leave her with nothing.

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