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October 2018 Archives

Reasons divorce can be good for children

Despite the common belief that half of all marriages end in divorce, the rate has plummeted in recent years. This is in part due to millennials marrying later in life. Susan Brown, who works as a sociology professor in Ohio at Bowling Green State University, said the trend has remained particularly striking and suggests further decline in the future.

More money does not necessarily mean a more stable marriage

It is not uncommon for Ohio residents who choose to end their marriages to cite money as a contributor to their marital woes. It can be hard to keep a relationship going when the two parties to it differ on their views of how to save, where to spend, and what to prioritize in terms of financial management. It can also be hard for couples to settle their differences when they simply do not have enough money to do what they want and need.

A discussion of visitation options for noncustodial parents

Child custody is an important legal matter that Ohio parents must address when they choose to end their relationships in divorce. Custody concerns two particular forms of parental rights, physical and legal, both of which have been discussed on this family law blog. However, if a parent is not awarded custodial rights to their children, specifically, physical custody rights, then they may find themselves contending over a visitation order or plan.

Helping clients fight for the spousal support they need

Not long ago, this family law blog posted an article on how individuals may seek to change the spousal support orders and agreements that govern their financial relationships with their former partners. It is generally the case that an Ohio couple will only be able to make such modifications if there is a special circumstance that justifies the change. If no change is warranted the agreement or order will continue to operate as executed.

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