We have written a number of posts recently on prenuptial agreements and the necessary elements that they need to have to be executed successfully. What this post will aim to provide is some insight into the various issues that can result in a prenuptial agreement being declared invalid later in court.
If you are an entrepreneur who is planning to get married, a prenuptial agreement can be a lifesaver if the marriage breaks down later. After all, in many instances, businesses can become marital assets that are subject to division between the spouses.
The end of a marriage is difficult, but it can be especially difficult for the youngest members of the family. In order to protect their children, Ohio parents may explore the various ways that they can seek a child custody agreement that is both beneficial and sustainable. In many cases, a co-parenting plan can provide stability and continuity of lifestyle for both the parents and the children.
When going through a divorce, you may have many aspects that need consideration. Interests often arise when it comes to dividing property. Because Ohio is an equitable distribution state, the division of assets does not necessarily mean that you and your ex-spouse will walk away with an equal share. As a result, you may find yourself concerned with the division of particular pieces of property, such as the family home.
No one looks forward to learning that someone they once loved has filed for divorce. Even if you knew it was coming, the reality of holding divorce papers in your hand can trigger a wide range of emotion. Along with a flood of grief and anger, you may feel stress and uncertainty about what to do next.
Information is highly accessible in this digital age, but at what price? It is easy to answer just one more email, post one more Facebook update, or defeat one more level of Candy Crush Saga. Parents and children alike are sucked into the vortex of smartphones and tablets to the detriment of the whole family.