Mortgage closing documents can reveal hidden assets

Spouses seeking a divorce in Ohio may worry that their soon to be ex-spouse is hiding assets. Unfortunately, sometimes this fear is justified, which is why anyone in the beginning stages of a divorce should locate and gather documents that can uncover the existence of hidden assets. Mortgage closing documents are a good place to start.

Co-parenting tips to help prevent child custody disputes

Once your divorce is finalized, you may still find yourself in contact with your ex-spouse. This is typically the case if you have children together. Although there are challenges associated with co-parenting, the right approach by both individuals can help prevent a future child custody dispute.

How do I make sure my kids inherit after I remarry?

Ohio residents who find love a second time after divorcing should make sure that after they tie the knot with a new partner that they do not accidently disinherit their children from their previous marriage. Unfortunately, in some cases parents neglect crucial estate planning after a divorce that ends up cutting children out of some inheritances. To prevent this from happening, there are a number of steps you can take.

What criteria apply to art appraisal?

You may think that it is most difficult to divide financial accounts worth thousands or even millions of dollars during divorce proceedings in Ohio, but that is not necessarily the case. The valuation and subsequent division of tangible assets such as art pieces often present a bigger challenge, not only because of the monetary value involved but the sentimental attachment you and/or your spouse may have formed to the piece.

How can I ensure my prenup is effective?

For certain couples in Columbus, having a prenuptial agreement in place before getting married is a must. This is especially true if you're a business owner or have a lot of property and assets in your name, which may be up for grabs in the event of a divorce. CNBC explains how you can devise a legally binding and effective prenuptial agreement. 

Can you develop a parent plan that is mutually beneficial?

When you first begin thinking about arranging a parenting plan with your ex in Ohio, the task of communicating with him or her at all may seem a bit daunting. However, if you are able to separate your feelings and work toward establishing healthy boundaries while developing a custody arrangement, you can certainly create an agreement that will be mutually beneficial for you, your ex and your children. 

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