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How to protect your assets from your ex after divorce

Going through a divorce is draining, both emotionally and financially. When you add children to the picture, a divorce can be traumatizing for all parties involved. There are various aspects of a divorce that can cause stress to boil over, including the division of assets and determining who will have custody of the children. Here's how you can protect your assets from your ex after divorce.

Dividing credit card debt in an Ohio divorce

Divorce has become quite common in the state of Ohio, to the point where it is no longer taboo to discuss. What many couples don't realize is that joint debt can haunt you if it is not dealt with during the divorce process. For example, a credit card company does not operate using divorce decrees. So, if there is joint debt after a divorce and your spouse fails to pay it, the companies will still come after you. Here are some tips to avoid that situation.

Parental alienation syndrome changing cases of child custody

Experts across the country, not just in Ohio, are worried that abusers are using claims of Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS) and Parental Alienation (PA) to refute allegations of abuse and regain the custody of their children in courts. A large portion of divorce cases are settled out of court. The small number that actually reach court usually do so because of abuse allegations.

How do I deal with stress during high asset divorce?

A high asset divorce seems to bring about more stress than a traditional divorce because of the sheer amount of money involved. When it comes to money, no matter how much a person has, stress will always show its ugly head. There's no right or wrong way to deal with stress as each different person handles it in his or her own way. Here are some tips for dealing with stress during a high asset divorce.

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