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Requesting a change to an Ohio child support order

If you are currently paying child support in Ohio and have recently experienced a change in circumstances, you may have questions about whether the change will affect the amount of child support you must pay to your child’s other parent. At King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, we have a firm understanding of how the child support modification process works in Ohio, and we have helped many parents in their attempts to modify their child support payments to make them more manageable.

Who gets an LLC in a divorce?

In Ohio divorces, courts divide shared assets equally between the two former spouses. This means that nearly anything, from your bank accounts to your home, might be subject to division. While this process might be relatively straightforward when it comes to a simple asset, such as a joint savings account you and your spouse might hold, it tends to become complicated very quickly with mixed assets, business holdings or high-asset situations. 

Is there bias in custody cases?

As you head to an Ohio court for your divorce case, you may be worried about how custody will be handled. This is often a very emotional part of the proceedings for most people. There are a lot of things that are said about custody hearings. One is that the courts always side with the mother, granting her custody and slamming the father with huge child support payments. However, this bias is not really seen anymore. Instead, the courts have a new agenda when determining child custody cases.

What can affect alimony payments?

If you are divorced and were ordered by an Ohio court to pay alimony, it is important to understand the different rules surrounding spousal support. Changes in your life or the life of your ex-spouse could change your alimony requirements. The Ohio Bar Association notes that the courts generally handle alimony on a case-by-case basis but the law does specify certain situations that could affect it.

What is the difference between divorce and dissolution?

If you wish to end your marriage in Ohio, you have two main options. These are divorce or dissolution. While they both will result in the legal end of your marriage, they are different in the approach and details. It is important to understand the difference so you can choose which option is best for your situation. 

The Steps to Take Before Filing for Divorce

5 Crucial Steps to Take Before Filing for Divorce

In a perfect world, every marriage would last for eternity. Unfortunately, people often grow apart over time, and divorce is sometimes unavoidable. While most divorces typically are not amicable, you still control your behavior throughout the entire divorce process. Therefore, you need to remain levelheaded and develop a logical plan for you and your children moving forward.

What Is The Difference Between A Legal Separation And A Divorce?

Are you contemplating a divorce in Ohio but you don't know where to begin? Have you tried to read about the divorce process online but you are now more confused than before? If so, let the experienced Cincinnati divorce attorneys of King, Koligian & Associates, LLC clear up some of the misconceptions about Ohio divorces and legal separations.

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