October 2018 Archives

Both parents should be present if possible to talk about divorce

All good parents in Ohio and beyond have their children's best interests in mind. When parents decide to divorce, it not only affects the two spouses involved but also their children. Parents can help their kids come to terms with their situation in as healthy manner as possible by keeping several practical ideas in mind.  

5 ways funds can become commingled during marriage

When you hear the word "commingling" in the context of a marital property division dispute, it means that you and your spouse's separate property got mixed up together in some way. In many cases, the commingling of initially separate assets during marriage can result in the marital estate absorbing the property -- which, in turn, makes that property divisible between the spouses upon divorce.

Is my prenuptial agreement valid?

Whether you're the one who stands to benefit from an Ohio prenuptial agreement - or the one who stands to be harmed - if you're heading for divorce, you probably want to gain a sense of how strong your prenuptial agreement is. In other words, will your prenuptial agreement hold water in court?

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