As if a divorce in Ohio is not hard enough, the challenges that come with sharing custody of your children make the situation even more difficult. This is especially true when it comes to the holiday season. This time of year is stressful on its own but add in the struggles to ensure everyone gets times with the children and it can be a very hectic time for everyone. There are some things you can do to help make it go more smoothly and reduce the stress.
If you’ve recently gone through a divorce in Ohio, you may be dreading the holidays. Many families experience conflict during this time of year, which can be stressful for both you and your kids. In this case, VeryWellMind.com offers the following advice on how you can mitigate holiday conflict.
‘Tis the season for family, friends, celebrations and - drunk driving charges? As you know, many Ohio residents include alcohol in their festivities during the holidays. Law enforcement is also aware of this, and takes steps during key holidays, such as Christmas and New Year’s Eve, to catch drunk drivers before they can cause an accident.
Spending time with your family and friends over the holidays often includes one common denominator: alcohol. Whether you drank one too many spiked eggnogs or said cheers to the New Year with a few too many glasses, seeing flashing lights behind you on the way home is never a good sign.
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The last thing that you want is there to be contention amongst the beneficiaries you leave behind in Columbus. Yet when it comes to the dispersal of a loved one estate amongst multiple parties, there will almost inevitably be people who are not happy with your stipulations. They may allow that disappointment to lead them to challenge the validity of your will, further complication matters and all but ensuring discord. One way for you to stop such discord from occurring in the first place is by including a no-contest clause in your will.