While some celebrity marriages last many years, others do not. It may be the relentless public scrutiny or simply that the chemistry between them is wrong but it seems divorce comes swiftly to those constantly in the public eye. Ohio fans of the popular "Pitch Perfect" movies may distress over the news that two of the married co-stars from the films have decided to divorce.
When an Ohio marriage ends, it seems one of the most difficult tasks is the dividing of assets. While some couples with significant assets choose to have a prenuptial agreement in place before they marry, some do not, and attempts to reach a settlement during a divorce can become a real headache. Since their divorce, Limp Bizkit lead vocalist, Fred Durst, and ex-wife, Kseniya Beryazina, have thus far chosen to follow the stipulations set forth in their prenup.
When an Ohio marriage ends both parties have final decisions to make as a couple, especially if children are involved. When they cannot agree on those decisions as they head to divorce court, the judge often gives emphatic direction that will settle the matters at hand. A doctor who has continually defied a ruling made by the judge in his divorce case has been ordered to spend 30 days of jail time.
Many Ohio marriages are hard enough under normal circumstances. When a marriage is under a public microscope, even the strongest marital bonds can crumble, leading to divorce. Former participants of the reality show "Married at First Sight," Jason Carrion and Cortney Hendrix have chosen to divorce.
Many Ohio residents personally know that a good number of marriages do not last. The reasons for divorce may vary from household to household, but the effect is often the same -- broken hearts alongside anger, bitterness and frustration. Two of the stars of Animal Planet's reality series "Tanked" are getting a divorce after an alleged domestic abuse incident.
Financial support after a divorce is often awarded after the court makes a determination based on a number of factors, such as what each spouse earns and the amount of debt owed and assets owned. Modification and termination of court-ordered spousal support can be granted, but it is usually as a result of special circumstances. Ohio residents may take interest in the story involving a lottery winner and his new spousal support woes.
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.
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.
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.
For Ohio couples who have chosen to end their marriage, division of money and other assets is often the biggest point of contention. When it comes to any type of financial support during many divorce proceedings, there can be some explosive conflicts. However, it has been suggested that the more money involved in divorce proceedings, the better for the exes.