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Resolving Divorce Issues Through Collaborative Law

No matter the length of a union, when couples decide to end a marriage, the divorce process can be very demanding and require numerous decisions to be made. Despite that, it does not need to be an overly emotional, drawn-out battle filled with animosity, as many suspect it to be. Our law firm understands that the stereotypes of the divorce process can cause spouses in Ohio to fear and stress about marriage dissolution. But divorcing couples should understand they have options that could allow them to resolve their divorce issues in a cooperative manner.

Using Collaborative Divorce During the Holidays

A recent blog discussed the challenges some Ohio families might face during the holidays. Divorced families means splitting up time spent with a child or children. While it is an obvious step that must be taken, it is also a step that could produce several disputes. In order to keep up with the spirit of the holidays and avoid unfortunate and emotional arguments about parenting time, divorced parents could consider different strategies to address this post-divorce issue.

What Ohio collaborative divorce options are available?

The decision to get a divorce in Ohio is just the beginning of the process that will require countless decisions. In order to initiate the process, a spouse or the couple must not only file for divorce with the court, but also consider what method to use to get them to a divorce settlement to finalize their dissolution. Couples divorcing in Ohio often question what options are available to them and how do they decide what option is best for them.

Considering liabilities when an ex-spouse dies

When a couple in Ohio is struggling with the dissolution process, they often consider various options in order to get through it without going into debt. While it can be challenging to sort through all their differences as well as their property and assets, reaching an amicable divorce settlement is a likely possibility. While the property division process can be challenging, taking the time to divide everything properly could help them avoid future problems.

Protecting Self During Collaborative Divorce

When a couple determines that they should call it quits, there are numerous things to consider during the divorce process. One of the first things to consider is how both parties are going to approach the process. For some, litigation is the best route. This may be because the spouses do not see eye-to-eye or they have a number of disputes. For others, a more cost effective way to reach an amicable divorce settlement is through a collaborative divorce.

Collaborating with One's Ex during Divorce Can Be Beneficial

When it comes to dissolution, there are various routes a divorcing couple can take. Ohio couples should understand their options and interests before establishing a divorce path. In some cases, spouses seek to avoid the high costs associated with the process. A collaborative divorce could be the best option for those who seek to lower the costs, avoid litigation and are able to collaborate and work together to reach a fair agreement. Although this process is not for everyone, it is often one that is suggested, attempted or sought-after.

The Benefits of a Collaborative Divorce: Part 1

The end of a marriage is often a very emotional, complex and difficult event in life. Married couples in Ohio understand that dissolution can often lead to heightened emotions and even more disputes. Although some divorces are messy and devastating, this is not the route upon which all couples need to embark. An amicable dissolution can be achieved through mediation or a collaborative divorce. This helps the divorcing couple reach mutual and agreeable terms while going through the process in a peaceful manner.

Three Steps to Take During Divorce Mediation

When couples in Ohio decide they can no longer be together, there are numerous decisions that must be tackled after they file for divorce. Establishing which method to use during the divorce will help determine how you will address these problems. Whether it is litigation, a collaborative divorce or mediation, each process includes steps that a spouse must take during dissolution. These steps could help them better overcome any divorce issues or family law problems, such as child custody.

Potential Divorce Reform Could Harm Collaborative Divorce Methods

For most couples, encountering marital problems are never an easy task to tackle. However, some can work through them together in a fair manner. Married couples in Ohio understand that going through a divorce could mean dealing with several hurdles and disputes when it comes to ironing out all the details. Most would not consider prolonging the process once they have reached an agreeable divorce settlement, but proposed legislation could cause this.

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