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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.

One woman's literal insult to injury when filing for divorce

Divorce is usually a chaotic time, even under the simplest of separations. For Ohio couples who have decided to end their marriages, it can be easy to overlook certain legal requirements if they decide to go the do-it-yourself route. An unpleasant surprise awaited one woman in her pursuit to divorce her husband.

Divorce papers filed by "Real Housewives" star, Shannon Beador

Going through a divorce is often a difficult process for an Ohio couple. In most cases, the details of the divorce are known only to a few people. For celebrities, however, it seems every type of media outlet has each element splashed across the headlines. Fans of the "Real Housewives" TV series may already know some specifics of the divorce between stars Shannon and David Beador.

Newly-released development in Jolie-Pitt divorce agreement

Ohio celebrity fans read all about Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's impending divorce when the news was broken over a year ago. They may have even read several accounts of their divorce settlement. What they may not yet know, however, is Jolie has turned down the numerous financial offers Pitt has made since the two split after their nearly 11-year relationship.

Divorce can have a negative impact on your retirement plans

When you started saving for retirement, chances are you planned to remain married to your spouse throughout retirement. You were careful when you determined your costs and expenses, but you were expecting to maintain one household while receiving retirement benefits, pensions or Social Security for both spouses. Now that you're looking at divorce, you aren't sure what will become of you during retirement, or if that will even be an option for you.

Keegan-Michael Key's divorce agreement approved by judge

Most Ohio residents would probably like to make more than their current earnings. In many cases, that would be wonderful, though in a divorce situation it is not always ideal. In high-asset divorce proceedings it seems that the more one spouse makes, the more that spouse has to relinquish. The terms of the divorce agreement between actor Keegan-Michael Key and his ex-wife Cynthia Blaise have recently been made public.

Divorce granted to Alex Borstein and Jackson Douglas

Many things can cause an Ohio couple to end their marriage. Financial problems, affairs and declining interest are just some of the factors to end a relationship that, at one time, seemed to have so much promise. The 15-year marriage between Alex Borstein and Jackson Douglas has officially ended in divorce.

Children of former U.S. Senator and wife at center of divorce

An Ohio divorce may be hard on former partners, but it is often hardest on their children, especially if there is a good deal of animosity between the parents. Hostile feelings between parents may prompt the unhealthy act of using the children as emotional weapons. That may be the case in the divorce of former U.S. Senator Al D'Amato and his soon-to-be ex-wife, Katuria Smith D'Amato.

From jail, to a modeling career to divorce: Jeremy Meeks

Communication problems, differing financial goals and unrealistic expectations for the marriage are all top reasons why Ohio couples get divorced. In the case of Jeremy Meeks, star of "Hot Felon," it was infidelity. Meeks filed papers for a divorce from his wife, Melissa, after the paparazzi leaked pictures of him kissing another woman.

Woman tries to hide lotto winnings in divorce case

In a number of divorce proceedings, assets as well as debts are to be split between the couple. Sometimes the split is even and sometimes not, but the court expects full disclosure of any and all assets held by both parties. Ohio residents who are contemplating divorce may be interested to hear the story of one woman and what she thought she was getting away with.

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