Since the moment you decided that your marriage was no longer viable, you've likely had a million thoughts running through your mind, especially regarding your children. Divorce can be one of the most stressful, challenging situations an Ohio family can experience. By accessing available resources, though, many spouses are able to achieve fair settlements, as well as provide their children with ample support to help them cope with change and adapt to a new lifestyle.
Couples heading to matrimony are sometimes advised by well-meaning friends and family to get a prenup. Some may argue they have no intention of ever divorcing, or one may feel there are not enough assets to make a prenup worthwhile. These are just some of the reasons given by people who do not have prenuptial agreements in Ohio. However, one's financial status at the time of a marriage does not preclude the possibility of a high-asset divorce later in life.
The new year has arrived, and many changes from the tax law passed last year will have an impact on divorces occurring in 2019. Divorce is not an easy process in Ohio. It can be very emotional and stressful to family relationships, and involve copious paperwork. The division of property and other assets can also be difficult. The changes brought on by the tax law could add to the stress.