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Just because the agreement has been signed doesn't mean your divorce is over. There may still be steps to take to implement that agreement; make sure to choose the right professional to help you complete each task.
Can marital interests in property ever be declared to have existed before the actual date of marriage in Ohio? The answer is “yes” if it would be “inequitable” to decide otherwise.
Worried your husband or wife might be hiding money before a divorce? Unfortunately, human nature is human nature, and people often try to take advantage of their spouse and hide assets or during this fragile time.
These recent reforms are common sense approaches to addressing the myriad of issues that can arise when pets become involved in litigation.
For various reasons, the divorce rates among the elderly are on their way up. This article explores the reasons for this phenomenon and the impact on the adult children and property rights.
The use of a trust in equitable distribution and tax planning in divorce situations can be complicated and not right in every situation. However, using a trust for equitable distribution and support payments could add an extra layer of protection for your client.
In divorce – when trust is already damaged – financial deception is not uncommon. Money usually leaves a trail, so if you are looking for possible hidden assets, you should follow the money trail.
One of the biggest legal issues couples face during a divorce is property division. Though the family pet may feel like a member of the family, in legal terms a pet is real property. Here's some advice on how to handle pet visitation should this issue arise.