Divorce is becoming a more frequent occurrence among older people in Ohio and elsewhere in the country. It even has its own nomenclature, the gray divorce. Many divorces begin as trial separations and may end in divorce or a legal separation. For those who separate, divorce is not necessarily the end result of the separation. Some couples may choose to remain separated indefinitely.
If you have children under the age of 18 with your ex-spouse, there's a good chance co-parenting is a big part of your life in Columbus. Although it's challenging at times, with good coordination and the right approach, you can get along with your ex to provide your children with stability.
May is here and that means school vacations are coming. This can be a challenging tome for divorced families in Ohio with young children as summer vacation plans take shape. Even an amicable divorce can be a challenge when children are involved, even when both parents want to act in the best interest of the child. And it is now widely held that both parents remaining as involved as possible in the child's life is the preferred scenario.