There are many reasons why the divorce rates in Ohio and across the nation have increased since the mid-1970s. In addition to changing social stigmas, many former spouses, particularly women, have been able to advance in their own careers. This makes leaving marriages that are failing much easier. However, according to a study, it was found that the husband's employment status was actually a major factor when it came to divorce.
Ohio couples may be splitting up over politics at higher rates than in the past according to a survey by a polling firm. TIt found that around 10 percent of couples, both married and unmarried, broke up over political differences. Among millennials, the rate was even higher with 22 percent reporting that their relationship ended over politics.
Ohio parents involved in custody disputes know that the process can be a highly emotional one. However, allowing emotions to drive the behavior and decision-making process can actually harm a parent's bid for custody. When emotions do take over, it is easy to make mistakes. It is important to remember the possible consequences of these mistakes and to attempt to not fall into making them.
Divorce is not an easy process, regardless of the reasons that the marriage is ending. Marriages end from simple things like arguing and fighting to more complicated issues like abuse and infidelity. When you separate your lives and determine that divorce is the right thing to do, the situation becomes increasingly emotional when you have children involved.
Technology has simplified how noncustodial parents can stay in touch with their children, and Ohio courts have used the convenience it provides for situations in which parents reside too far away from their children to make regular in-person visitations practical. However, there can be situations in which custodial parents may want to prevent contact between their child and the other parent.