Once you have considered the relevant factors and decided to divorce your spouse, you will need to learn how it works. While divorce is, by definition, a disruptive action in which the spouses face, the following articles and legal resources were drafted to help individuals to go through this process in the most pleasant way possible. This section covers the no-fault divorce law, where to file the divorce, how to notify and answering a request for divorce, the process of revelation, divorce records and related privacy issues, the livelihoods of children and custody information mediation of divorce and much more. Also included are articles on the process in the family court.

Divorce Vs Dissolution in Ohio

Divorce Vs Dissolution in Ohio

Both a divorce and a dissolution are legal options in Ohio to terminate a marriage but there are distinct differences between the two. Understanding divorce versus dissolution can help you decide which method of ending …
5 Things To Know Before Starting a Divorce

5 Things To Know Before Starting a Divorce

Proper planning and understanding how to set realistic expectations are important aspects when you are considering divorce. Here are five very important things to know, understand and expect before starting a divorce: 5 Things To …
Process of Divorce - Where to File the Claim

Process of Divorce – Where to File the Claim

The state courts have the power (“jurisdiction”) over divorce proceedings, so the spouse that you want to start a divorce you must submit an initial document called a “petition” or “complaint” to his state court …