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April 2020 Archives

How does parental alienation impact child custody?

Many Ohio parents sadly use their kids as pawns in their custody battles when they split up. Many moms and dads do this in hopes of depriving their ex of visitation time with their child or to get them to pay more financial support. If a parent makes distasteful or unfounded remarks about the other in front of their child, then this can easily turn the child against their mom or dad. This process, which can result in a son or daughter and their parent becoming estranged is known as parental alienation.

What happens with your retirement plan when you divorce

A multitude of events in your life can cause your marriage to suddenly make a turn for the worse. You may have thought that you were getting ready to retire only to have that sidelined because you're facing getting divorced. Retirement plans are considered marital property in most states including here in Ohio. If you were fortunate enough to have drafted a prenuptial agreement, then your husband or wife may not be entitled to your retirement at all.

What do you stand to lose if you divorce a service member?

Divorce can be a complicated, consuming, and overwhelming process. A whole other level of complication is added to the process when one of the spouses getting divorces is a civilian and the other is a member of the military. You, as the nonservice member may be at risk of losing your on-base housing and identification (ID) card once the divorce has been finalized.

What alternatives to monthly alimony payments exist?

Many couples that set out to get divorced here in Ohio often think the hardest part about seeking a dissolution of their marriage is simply realizing that their marriage is irretrievably broken and that splitting up is in their best interest. If you ask any couple that's been through the divorce process though what's the hardest part about getting divorced, they'll readily tell you that it's reaching an agreement about what do do with their money and how to handle things like alimony.

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