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How judges decide who gets the house in a divorce

Ohio couples who are in the process of divorce have many issues to consider, with one of the most important being what will happen to their home. Sometimes couples can come to an agreement on their own about their house, but other times, a judge must decide.

Some little-known financial implications of divorce

Some financial implications of getting divorced in Ohio are obvious to everyone. Each spouse will receive an equitable share of the marital property, meaning each will have significantly fewer financial resources than before. Assets usually subject to division include the family home, bank accounts and investments.

Can I save my family business from divorce?

Many times, one of the most important marital assets to be disposed of in a divorce is a small business. Starting a business with your spouse may help the two of your realize your entrepreneurial dreams, but it is not a guarantee that you will not need to get divorced someday.

What if I want to keep the house in my divorce?

For most homeowners the Columbus area, the house is the most valuable thing they own. Besides that, the house is often the setting for many warm memories. It may be the first place you and your spouse bought together, and the place where your children have grown up.

Woman shocked by husband's divorce, hiding of $25M art collection

It is fair to say that when a married person wants a divorce, his or her spouse usually is aware, at least on some level, that something is wrong. But sometimes, a spouse files for divorce and it comes straight out of the blue for the other spouse.

Ohio woman holds online 'ex-husband sale'

Once a divorce is complete and the property has been divided as agreed upon by the former spouses or ordered by the judge, each ex can do with their stuff as they want. For example, one spouse may get the house. He or she may wish to keep the house, especially if he or she has sole custody of the children, or it may be wiser to sell it and move into a smaller, more affordable place.

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