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January 2019 Archives

Marital problems that place Ohio spouses at risk for divorce

If you ever discuss marriage with your friends who also happened to be married, you may find that you can relate to some of their experiences and various challenges they face in their relationships. While no two couples are the same, spouses often face the same types of issues and by sharing their stories can provide encouragement and support to one another, especially when times are tough.

How to avoid problems regarding prenuptial contracts

As you prepare for life as a newlywed in Ohio, you and your intended spouse will likely spend hours talking about your dreams, hopes and goals for the future. Perhaps you're planning to sign a prenuptial agreement to construct specific terms to help protect your assets as your future together unfolds. More and more people nowadays are using prenups to avoid contentious battles over finances if their relationships end in divorce.

The probate process and how it may be avoided

Some heirs in Ohio aren't thrilled about the probate process that typically occurs when a loved one passes away. This is partly because of a lingering misconception that probate can be a long, drawn-out ordeal. However, the experience with probate court doesn't have to be all that time-consuming if family members are prepared. It's also possible for surviving heirs to skip this process altogether.

Divorced couples may want to find new financial professionals

Some Ohio couples legally cut ties with one another while still using the same set of financial professionals for advice and assistance with investment, savings or estate planning matters. However, achieving a clean financial break from an ex may not be so easy if both former spouses continue to share the same set of advisers. This arrangement can be especially problematic if it's the other ex-spouse who chose those professionals and typically maintained contact with them.

Differences in attractiveness may lead to divorce

According to research and experts on the subject, men are more likely to go through a divorce when they marry women who are more attractive. Ohio couples who are mismatched in their respective levels of attractiveness might be at increased risk of divorce. According to a social psychology professor, couples who are not similar in physical attractiveness have romantic relationships that are less successful than others.

Situations that could justify a child support modification

Children of separated parents in Ohio frequently rely on child support payments from noncustodial parents. Family court orders establish the amount of these payments, and only specific situations could enable a noncustodial or custodial parent to raise or lower the amount.

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