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Should I open a separate bank account during a divorce?

Going through a divorce in Ohio is often a financial strain on one or both people involved. Going from one household to two with the same amount of money can lead to issues and disagreements. You may run into a situation where your spouse takes money out of a joint account, leaving you with nothing. Before you get to such a state, you should plan ahead.

Methods spouses use to conceal property

When you entered into your Ohio marriage, you probably never imagined a day might come when you would wonder whether your spouse was trying to hide something important from you. Regrettably, however, such situations arise all the time in modern marriages, and spouses sometimes take unethical actions to try and position themselves better financially ahead of a divorce. At Hartley Law Office LLC, we are well-versed in the various methods husbands and wives use to hide assets, and we have helped numerous clients uncover these actions and receive their fair share during divorce proceedings.

What are some difficulties faced in a high-profile divorce?

You have probably read stories before about celebrity divorces or other high-profile divorces in Ohio. These stories often attract a lot of attention. However, it is important to keep in mind these are real people who have emotions and who are going through a tough time in their lives. A divorce is a divorce whether you’re an average Joe or a famous actor. In fact, for those with higher net incomes and fame, it can be an even more grueling process.

What is a gray divorce, and are you headed for one?

Do you remember the day you turned age 50? Perhaps, you went to your favorite Ohio restaurant or celebrated at home with family and friends. Nowadays, there are a lot of trendy and fun decorations for such parties, including banners that say, "50 and fabulous" and other clever phrases that make aging seem more like an adventure to anticipate, rather than something to dread.

Tips for successful visits with noncustodial children

If you live in Ohio and have a child who is not in your custody, maintaining a strong relationship with that child may benefit both of you. It is not always easy to maintain solid relationships with children who do not live with or near you, and this may be particularly true if the situation between you and your child’s other parent is especially acrimonious. At Hartley Law Office LLC, we understand that you may only get the chance to visit with your child on rare occasion, and we have helped many clients navigate the complexities of visitation agreements and improve familial relationships.

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