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How to Ease the Effects of Divorce on Your Children

If you've reached the point in your marriage where a divorce is inevitable, you likely have been worried about how the separation will affect your children. Regardless of how bad things have gotten between you and your current spouse, your children need to remain one of your top priorities throughout the entire divorce process.

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.

Divorce and Visitation Rights of Grandparents

While it is obvious that a divorce will immediately impact the spouses and their children, it is not uncommon for extended family member to be negatively affected by the dissolution as well. For grandparents in Ohio, when their child divorces they may encounter disputes regarding their interactions with their grandchildren. Even though dissolution is frequently a difficult time for children, it is important that grandparents understand their rights and how they interact with the best interests of the children.

Uncovering Hidden Assets in a High Asset Divorce

All major events in life require an individual to be prepared and knowledgeable about the situation. Divorce is no different, especially a high asset divorce. Even when spouses are aware of their numerous assets and the complex situation at hand, it could be difficult to be prepared for all the obstacles a high asset divorce could present. Navigating the wealth of the marriage can be challenging, so it may be important to seek financial assistance to sort through assets and property, and also to discover whether there are any hidden assets.

How Can Prenuptial Agreements Help with Asset Protection?

When couples in Ohio get married, they might have concerns regarding the property and assets they bring into the marriage as well as those accumulated throughout the duration of the marriage. While many couples do not like to consider the possibility of splitting or divorcing, it is a reality that couples could face before and during their union. Drafting a prenuptial agreement or a postnuptial agreement could help protect nonmarital assets.

Millennials, Financial Planning, and Prenuptial Agreements

Ohio couples understand that many major decisions need to be made regarding their future no matter their age. The millennial generation, although considered carefree, is one to consider various important issues regarding assets and finances prior to marriage. These concerns are often memorialized in a legal document, and more and more millennials are using prenuptial agreements when they get married, even if they are not wealthy or do not have a hefty inheritance coming their way.

Addressing Issues Common with a Child Custody Plan

When it comes to divorce, it is not only the spouses that are directly affected. Family members, friends and colleagues are often impacted by the process, but one group that is especially affected is children. Our firm understands that making major decisions regarding their children is very difficult for divorcing parents in Ohio. The process includes many issues and much to deal with; it can be challenging to remember all these decisions could impact their children, not just those regarding child custody.

When to Consider Another Attorney for Your Divorce

If you are thinking that your divorce is not going as smoothly as suspected, you should be able to rely on your attorney to deal with the legal issues that come about. However, if you are feeling as if your counsel is not helping you through these problems (or does not have ideas on how to overcome them), it can create a feeling of helplessness and disappointment that no divorcee should have to deal with.

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