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Can You Force Your Spouse into a Divorce?

I am often asked: can you force your spouse into a divorce?  Many parties get divorced by agreement, otherwise known as a dissolution.  While getting divorced by agreement can be less expensive, save time, and be less emotionally draining, sometimes the parties cannot reach an agreement or one spouse refuses to get divorced.  While most divorcing couples would simply agree that they are incompatible, otherwise known as stipulating to incompatibility, Ohio provides for a number of grounds for divorce. (more…)

When Child Support Ends

When does child support stop?  How do you stop paying child support?  Does child support stop when a child turns eighteen?  Child support terminates or ends in a number of circumstances.  Ohio Revised Code 3119.88 (R.C. 3119.88) outlines the reasons why child support terminates and when child support ends.  The statute says that the child support order should terminate if any of the following occur:
  • The child is no longer attending high school upon turning eighteen years old.
  • The child stops attending high school after turning eighteen years old.
  • The child dies.
  • The child gets married.
  • The child becomes emancipated.
  • The child enlists in the armed services.
  • The child is deported.
  • Legal custody of the child changes.
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State Medical Insurance May Have To Be Reimbursed Through Child Support

The State of Ohio provides medical insurance for children of low-income families.  Any such state medical insurance may have to be reimbursed through child support.  This program is called cash medical support.  Unless the person paying child support is also low-income, that person will have to pay five percent of their income towards reimbursing the State of Ohio for providing medical insurance for the children.  Because that person gets a credit for this on support payments, this has the overall effect of reducing the amount of support received. (more…)