There are many reasons that people in Ohio decide to end their marriage. Job loss, money problems and economic stressors are just a few of the factors that can play in the ending of a marriage. For some couples, the decision is influenced by their religious beliefs due to their possible impact on the negotiations that occur during the divorce process.
Recently, some celebrity divorce news has arisen. The news regards musician and producer Dan Auerbach. Auerbach is one-half of the rock group "The Black Keys." In the recent Grammy Awards, Auerbach won the Grammy for Producer of the Year and "The Black Keys" won multiple Grammys (including the award for Best Rock Album).
The maturity of children to make their own decisions about custody matters may be a question that is addressed in a new bill that was recently passed in another state. The bill, which may be of interest to readers in Ohio, would allow kids as young as 14 to assert opinions in a child custody case. This legislation could change how such matters are decided for some.
In many Ohio divorce cases, one party is ordered to pay spousal support (alimony) to the other for a period of time. Alimony is based on many factors, including the length of a marriage and economic status of the respective parties at the time of their divorce. One case regarding these issues is making headlines nationally.
A highly contentious divorce between two unemployed doctors may be of interest to readers in Ohio. The divorce case goes to trial in the coming days and involves the division of assets, spousal support, child custody and child support. These issues may be familiar to those who have ended their marriages in our state.
A professional baseball player is at the center of a divorce case that may be of interest to readers in Ohio. The man recently signed a high-value contract for his services with a foreign team. The player's contract has been made part of the divorce matter filed by his soon-to-be ex-wife.
Property division is one of the most contentious issues in many divorce cases. Readers in Ohio may be interested to learn of the rules regarding property division in a divorce in another state. Those the specific rules of the other state do not necessarily apply in divorces in our state, they do shed light on how some view property division settlements.
When a person in Ohio decides that they wish to file for a divorce from their spouse, there can be many important items to consider. One report indicates that some individuals may benefit from planning for the future before filing and waiting until after the busy holiday season. Such efforts may result in a better settlement for alimony, the authority says.
The negotiations that take place between soon-to-be former spouses in Ohio can be contentious. This is especially true if one of the spouses has committed infidelity against the other. In such instances, evidence of such an action can be used as a negotiating tool in the property division discussions.
There are about 3.7 million businesses in Ohio and across the nation that are owned by married couples, according to one report. Such businesses are often created because spouses wish to work together. However, when that particular marriage falls apart, some couples find that the business becomes part of a contentious property division negotiation.