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Ohio divorce may benefit from careful planning and asset review

The costs associated with ending a marriage are both financial and emotional. Though the emotional aspects can be hard to prepare for in many cases, the financial stress may be somewhat easier to avoid. This is because, according to one recent report that may be interesting to our Ohio readers, planning can help limit the costs and debts that are accumulated during the divorce process.

Ohio property division includes negotiations and compromise

Going through a divorce in Ohio means discussing many issues with a soon-to-be former spouse. These include the property division that must occur when a marriage ends. In many cases, these negotiations can become contentious when spouses disagree about who should own what asset after the divorce.

Cardinal Health Lay Offs Should Seek Legal Review of Severance Package

An article in the Columbus Dispatch on May 8, 2013, announced that Cardinal Health would be laying off 170 employees, including 70 from its Dublin, Ohio headquarters.  The affected employees were provided notice on Monday, May 6, 2013, and given thirty (30) days' notice.  Cardinal Health spokeswoman Debbie Mitchell indicated they employees would receive a severance package based on years of employment and "will be given preference for any available positions that might be open." 

Assets must be disclosed in an Ohio divorce

When a couple in Ohio seeks to end their marriage in divorce, they must make a full disclosure of their financial status to each other and to the court. In fact, the financial disclosures must list all of the currently owned assets and income, in addition to any money that is to be gained from the sale of the asset are required. It is the sale of a high value asset that is at issue in one infamous divorce case on the west coast.

Ohio divorce negotiations end with final division of assets

Couples seeking to end their marriage in Ohio face many issues as they enter the dissolution process. Though all couples must work to divide the assets that they obtained during their marriage, for those with high earning careers, the issues in a divorce can be even more contentious than for those with lower value estates. This is because in a growing number of couples, it is not only the husband that earns a high salary, but also the wife.

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