Ohio baby boomers can likely relate to their peers across the country who remember the 1960s and 1970s with affection. From peace signs to rock and roll, as well as the whole make-love-not-war slogan that inspired a generation, those born between 1946 and 1964 are now in their 50s to early 70s. In addition to music and other cultural flares, baby boomers have something else in common nowadays. Many of them, including Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos, are filing for divorce.
As a divorced parent, you face many challenges each and every day. Even parents who want to work together peacefully run into conflict, especially during the period of time when the family gets used to a new custody schedule.
Ohio fans of reality show "Teen Mom" are eagerly awaiting the premiere of the show's second season. Many fans have also been following a child custody situation involving one of the show's stars, Jenelle Evans. Evans's ex boyfriend is suing for custody of their son and has levied some serious accusations against Evans and her current husband.
When Ohio spouses decide to end their marriages, they often encounter challenges regarding financial issues, including alimony. Many people throughout the state pay spousal support when they divorce. New tax laws enacted for 2019 have tax implications for those who pay or receive this type of support.