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Younger generation changing divorce in America

There are plenty of common statistics about divorce that many of our readers in Ohio have probably heard before, with the most prominent of them all being that half of all marriages end in divorce. Whether or not that statistic is accurate is up for debate, particularly when some experts are seeing a trend in American that younger people are waiting longer to get married in the first place. The result? The divorce rate in our country may actually be declining.

The importance of property division in a divorce

Of all the issues in a divorce in Ohio that can cause tension between the soon-to-be ex-spouses, the division of assets may be at the top of the list for some. After all, no matter the length of the marriage, most people work hard for the income they earn and the assets they accumulate. Splitting those funds and assets with someone who may no longer hold the same place in your heart can be an emotional experience, and it can sometimes cause quite a bit of anger.

What is the Social Security disability appeals process?

As disabled residents of Ohio may know, the most crucial step in attempting to get approved for Social Security disability benefits is the initial application. Although the common refrain is that more than half of initial applications for SSD benefits get denied, a strong initial application is probably the best chance any Ohio resident has of getting the benefits they deserve. Unfortunately, the reality is that many applications for SSD benefits do, in fact, get denied. So, what do our readers need to know about the Social Security disability appeals process?

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