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Deployment plays a large role in ruining military marriages

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) recently published an annual report that highlights how divorce rates among its service members have remained fairly constant since 1996. That percentage currently hovers just below 4%, a number that is similar to the civilian divorce rate. While that index may seem relatively low, researchers at the investigative news firm InsideSources (IS) recently interviewed service members and found that divorce is far more common in the military that the DOD statistics allude to. It's most common among those soldiers that have endured long deployments.

Common reasons why parents lose custody of their kids

Many parents have the false impression that all discussions about visitation and child custody are over once an Ohio family court judge signs off on any court orders. This is seldom the case though. Certain instances may cause a custody order to be reopened and reexamined. It's possible for a parent to be awarded and later deprived of custody as a result of this.

Beware of the stressors that cause military couples to divorce

There are a variety of reasons that cause marriages to fail. One such factor is job stress. Active members of the armed forces often spend significant time away from their spouses while deployed or away at training. Soldiers are constantly under pressure to remain fit and on top of everything in their field. The amount of stress that our soldiers are under leads many to question what impact this has on military divorce.

Age may play a role when an Ohio judge divides up property

If you ask most individuals, they'll say that there's never a right time to go through a divorce. Coming to terms with the fact that your marriage is ending can hard on anyone. It's particularly difficult for those who are preparing to retire or who have recently done so. If you're slated to start receiving Social Security (SS) benefits soon, then it can be equally difficult.

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