As a kid, you would count down the days until summer officially started. And the minute school ended, you felt free to explore and embrace all the possibilities that summer offers. Unfortunately, it changes when you become an adult.
Ohio couples facing a divorce have much to consider and decide on. The process of splitting one household into two can be complex and can often lead to disagreement or dissatisfaction with the outcome.
One of the most emotionally challenging parts of a divorce is how it affects the time you get with your kids. They still have school, sports, extracurriculars, friends and appointments pulling at their time – that hasn’t changed. But on top of all that, you now have to adapt to the reality of the family being split across two homes.
Divorce is common in our society. Some couples find their way to reconcile through therapy while others are ready to move on. Whether married for two years or 30 years, divorce can happen.