Many parents in Ohio are no longer with the other parent of their children. It could be because the parents are divorced or were never married to the other parent. Despite the fact that the parents are no longer together, the parents still need to raise their children. This includes providing love, support, guidance and financial support. To ensure that both parents are contributing financially generally there is a child support order in place ordering one parent to pay child support to the other.
Many people have disputes with others in Ohio. It could be disagreements between co-workers, children, spouses and other people. In many instances these disputes and arguments can be resolved through discussions and people compromise in order to resolve the dispute. However, sometimes discussions do not resolve the dispute and people may need the help of others to help to resolve them. This is true for many different disputes, including for people going through a divorce.
Divorce is definitely not an easy process, especially if you are hit with obstacles that threaten to delay proceedings or impede your ability to protect your interests. Regardless of how you feel about what transpired during your marriage, you likely just want to resolve the pertinent issues at hand, agree to a settlement and move on to a new lifestyle. That can be pretty tough to do if your spouse is being underhanded and trying to hide assets to keep them from being subject to division in court.