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Amiability To Animosity: When You Need To File For A Divorce In Portage County Domestic Relations Court.

  • Published: June 11, 2020

Individuals wishing to file for a divorce in Portage County Ohio must meet requirements. They must be in the county for at least 90 days, and in Ohio for at least 6 months prior to the filing of the complaint. There are some exceptions to this rule in which will be explained in another blog post.

If individuals are located in a different county for that period of time then they need to file in that County.Amiability to Animosity

Couples usually want to part ways amiability. Unforeseen events like COVID-19 has forced couples to spend time together. Take a look at celebrity couple Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutter, they had to stay in the Bahamas together for three weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak. Less than a week later when they arrived back home they filed for a divorce. Kristin and Jay soon issued a statement on Instagram which stated that they have respect for each other. Soon after their divorce began to get messy. Kritsin filed divorce paperwork claiming inappropriate marital conduct and that living together is unsafe and improper.

Furthermore, in the divorce filings, Kritsin alleges that Jay will not let her buy a home, they are arguing in front of their children. Then Jay finally decided that he would allow her to purchase a home in exchange they agreed to that their parenting time would be one week on one week off.

The Kristin and Jay divorce is a good example of how an amiable divorce can get messy in an instant. As of the writing of this article, there divorce is still not finalized and there are numerous assets that need to be divided.

Finding the best Portage County Divorce Attorney is critical when it comes to strategic divorce situations. It is important to chose an Attorney who has experience in Portage County Domestic Relations Court and our office has that experience.

There is a great article that describes Kristin Cavallari’s view on her parting with her husband and quarantining with her children:

Kristin explains her adjustments and the ups and downs of her situation and her contentious divorce from Jay. It provides a gimps of the changes she has had to make in order to try to co-parent. She explains the ups and downs of her divorce situation. Once again, this is a great example of how a separation turns from amiability to animosity and why finding the best strategic divorce Attorney in Portage County is so important.

Amy Turos, Esq.

Attorney Amy Turos represents clients in Ohio family law,
estate planning, and motor vehicle accidents throughout Portage County,
Trumbull County, Geauga County, and Summit County Ohio.