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Divorce in Ohio and beyond will be different with new tax laws

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.

Divorce does not necessarily have to involve a trial

Many married couples in Ohio and elsewhere will decide to end their marriages before this year is over. There is definitely no single reason for divorce because every couple's relationship is unique to their own personalities and circumstances. While individual circumstances typically vary, one thing many spouses have in common is their desire to avoid a trial.  

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.  

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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