We have discussed property division many times over in our Columbus divorce law blog. In many of these posts, the property division discussion has centered on the division of positive assets, but what about those negative liabilities? In the current economy, a lot of couples have debt, whether it is a mortgage, a car, credit card debt, medical debt or any other kind. Dealing with this type of property is just as important.
Renovating a home has become much more common these days, but it is a big project to undertake. “Renovations cause more stress on a marriage than having a newborn child,” said one real estate broker. “That’s what I’ve come to believe.” Real estate experts have even noticed a correlation between newly renovated homes and divorce.
When a situation arises involving a failure to pay child support, the common response may be to figure out a way to force the other nonpaying parent’s hand. The image of the deadbeat parent might even come to mind. While there are certainly situations in which a parent may voluntarily choose to avoid making payments making it necessary to utilize legal enforcement options, this isn’t always the case.
A marriage ceremony is where friends and family gather to witness the union of two people that they love. At this ceremony, those in the crowd and standing behind the bride and groom are there in a show of support. They are there to share in the happiness of the couple. Then, at the reception, everyone celebrates the couple’s new future.