When two parents get a divorce in Ohio, both parents may feel like they have a lot to lose, and, therefore, a lot to protect. As such, some parents might engage in cutthroat, immoral and dishonest tactics to get what they want during their divorce proceedings.
Mothers facing child custody cases must ensure that they are fully aware of what is going on. Understanding some basic points gives you a good foothold into what you need to consider as you are working toward the goal of a child custody order that works for your child.
As a married individual, you may have created a will with your spouse, leaving all of your assets and real estate to your surviving spouse in the event of your death. You may have also opted to craft an additional estate planning tool referred to as a trust, possibly to bypass the probate process in order to save time and money or take advantage of certain tax benefits.