As Ohio parents know, divorce can change the amount of time a parent gets to spend with his or her child. This is why figuring out a child custody arrangement that everyone can live with is of the utmost importance. New studies are finding that children who split their time between parents are coming out on top.
Ohio couples know that marriage can be difficult and that each spouse brings their own baggage into a marriage, which many assumed could include commitment issues if a spouse came from parents who divorced. A new study found that genetics may be at play more than anyone previously realized.
At the Law Office of Kristen L Campbell, LLC, we know that divorcing Ohio couples are under a great deal of stress. We also know, however, that your emotional and financial pain can be significantly lessened when you and your spouse commit to resolving your issues in a safe and rational environment rather than arguing about them in court. Such peaceful dispute resolution is the purpose of mediation.
Splitting up the parenting responsibilities during your divorce in Ohio may be one of the most difficult aspects of the entire separation. Many parents find that mediation can make the process simpler and allow you to have more control over the final designations for custody and parenting time. We at the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell can help you discover the benefits of this alternative to a court-mandated custody arrangement.
Few people would argue that a woman who recently asked for advice from columnist Amy Dickinson is not justified in seeking divorce. After all, the woman writes that her husband of more than 20 years has spent more than $20,000 on "escorts." And he also gave her an STD.
If you drive north from Hamilton for a few hours, you'll come to Bowling Green University. The Ohio school's National Center for Family and Marriage Research says its analysis of data indicates that the divorce rate in America is on the decline.
When people think about divorce, they often jump right to the worst example. They think of endless courtroom battles, hurtful allegations, kids being pitted against each parent and demands for huge sums of money.
Sometimes it appears as if it is the job of every new generation is to challenge assumptions and traditions held dear by previous generations. Sociologists point out that millennials are taking their job seriously.
Difficult questions come at you at a fast and furious pace as you face divorce. Questions about child custody, property division, spousal support and much more. At some point, the question of how to choose a family law attorney will come up, too.