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.
Readers in Ohio know that when a high-asset couple decides to end their marriage in a divorce there can be many issues. Though soon-to-be former spouses must negotiate all aspects of the divorce, regardless of their wealth, those with large amount of cash and investments sometimes find it difficult to determine exactly how to divide a marital estate. This may be what is in the future for one husband and wife from another state that have gained local fame.
Readers in Ohio may be surprised to hear that the number of members of the baby boomer generation seeking to end their marriages in divorce is increasing. In fact, one in three boomers is currently single. In addition, some 20 percent of all divorce filings in our country come from couples that are over the age of 50.
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.
As readers in Ohio know well, there are many reasons that a couple decides to end their marriage. For some, issues such as money or child rearing may lead to the end of a marriage. Others, though, find that the lifestyle factors of one spouse, such as the heavy drinking of alcohol, can lead to a divorce.
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).
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.
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.
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.
A long-time television star who may be familiar to readers in Ohio recently announced that's she is planning to end her marriage. Mayim Bialik starred in the 1990's sitcom, 'Blossom', and now plays Amy Farrah Fowler on the series 'The Big Bang Theory'. She and her husband plan to seek the divorce after nine years of marriage, a report indicates.