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Divorce

Divorce rates trend downward in the first half of 2021

Despite a sharp uptick in divorce filings in the early months of the pandemic, divorce rates have eased significantly in Ohio and across the rest of the country. But will that trend continue? Relationship experts say that’s unlikely as vaccinations increase and...

You want a divorce: Now what?

While you may be ready to end your marriage, the prospect of filing for divorce can be daunting. It’s no small feat to divide your assets, determine a child custody arrangement and restructure a new life for yourself. While you may be overwhelmed, there are some...

Attention to finances critical when settling a divorce

The dissolution of a marriage can quickly take a financial toll on an individual in Ohio. Fortunately, taking certain steps can help to minimize divorce’s negative effects on a person’s finances. Here is a glimpse at these steps and why they matter during...

Divorce and social media: Should you really post that?

Social media has become an entrenched part of our day-to-day routines. Wake up, send a birthday greeting on Facebook, scroll through Instagram, have breakfast and save a new recipe on Pinterest. It’s only natural that couples would be tempted to discuss their divorce...

Divorce may have emotional, financial effects

When people go through the dissolution of a marriage, they must unfortunately contend with the emotional and financial hurdles that come with it. This is true whether the marriage lasted for five years or 50 years. Here are some tips for dealing with...

Certain factors are wise to consider prior to divorce

Many individuals in Ohio and elsewhere may be trying to decide when to finally call it quits in their marriages. One party may want to go ahead and get divorced, whereas the other party may want to try to make the marriage work first. Here is a look at a couple of...

Marriage and divorce impacted by social media

Social media is playing an increasing role in people’s lives, and marriage is no exception. In fact, according to researchers, social media is contributing to divorce, and it is also making divorce a bit more complicated compared with years past. Here is a look...