How divorced parents can be civil to each other

Ohio parents who share child custody with their former spouses will need to maintain relationships with them. One key to having a good relationship with the other parent is to keep the focus on the children. Any decisions that are made should be with their interests in mind, and conversations that a former couple have should stick to topics related to raising their sons or daughters.

4 simple ways to prepare your finances for divorce

Divorce has the potential to bring a lot of confusion into your life. So, any time you can take steps to simplify the process, it's important to do so. This is particularly true when it comes to your finances, as the decisions you make before and during the divorce process will impact you for many years to come.

Granting temporary custody of children to a trusted individual

A parent in Ohio may be given temporary custody of their child during a separation or divorce. The court will look at the child's best interests when deciding who will be primarily responsible to give them care. In addition to separation or divorce, there are other reasons why a person may get temporary custody of a child.

Consider health and life insurance during a divorce

Couples in Ohio who have gone through a divorce understand what a complex and lengthy process it can be. While trying to balance everything, it is easy to overlook the family's insurance coverage. However, it is important to understand how divorce will impact insurance policies once the divorce is finalized.

Illegitimate reasons to block or refuse child visitation

While most parents in Ohio agree that shared parenting after a divorce is beneficial, there are some things that can cause a custodial parent to want to refuse visitation to the former spouse. There are a few illegitimate reasons to refuse child visitation. Many are illegal and can cause a person to lose custody of their children and even be subject to fines or jail time.

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