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Are there financial advantages to an uncontested divorce?

Ohio residents have many concerns when they are going through a divorce. You may worry about gaining custody of your children or how child support will be calculated. The length of time it takes for the divorce to be finalized is another common worry. Of course, you are likely to also be concerned about how much your divorce will cost and the long-term financial impact of your divorce. It may interest you to learn that the divorce option you choose may also have financial ramifications.

What will happen to your retirement savings during your divorce?

Getting a divorce often means that you will have to relinquish some of the things you have worked hard to accumulate to your ex as decisions are made about how assets will be split. Depending on how long you have been married in Ohio, some of the assets that you will need to deliberate about include your home, your retirement savings, your joint bank accounts, and your car and belongings among other things. 

How can you tell if your spouse is hiding assets?

The term "equitable division" can cause confusion for people in Ohio. It refers to a fair division of property between spouses rather than a 50-50 split down the middle, with each spouse receiving half. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for one spouse to unfairly try to tip the scales in his or her own favor by hiding assets from the other. If your spouse is hiding assets from you in anticipation of your impending divorce, you should know that it is not only unfair to you, it is also against the law. 

Visitation schedules for military families

When you get a divorce in Ohio, you may wonder how you will see your children since you are an active-duty member of the military. Visitation can sometimes be more complicated if you do not live near your children anymore. At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, we know it is important for you to understand how long-distance visitation can work.

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