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The property division conundrum

Property division is a very delicate matter in divorce. Some states follow community property laws, which divide property into two categories (community and separate property). Other states, such as Ohio, follow equitable distribution. This way of dealing with property division says that a judge decides what is "equitable" for the splitting couples. Note that this doesn't mean "equal" or "fair." One spouse may get far more assets and/or property than the other spouse simply because the judge finds it to be "equitable."

Why divorce mediation is a great option for splitting spouses

When the word "divorce" is thrown into a conversation, it is quite likely that everyone involved immediately starts thinking about the "doom and gloom" of divorce. It is inherent to the matter of divorce, or so we have been told our entire life. Obviously, divorce isn't necessarily something anyone wants to do. It's not at the top of a bucket list or anything. But, the divorce process doesn't have to be an excruciating, drawn-out and painful experience as it is so often portrayed.

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