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Ohio Family Law Frequently Asked Questions
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At Laubacher & Co., our attorneys are experienced in the practice of Ohio Family law. If you are facing a divorce or other family law matter, we know you have several questions and we are prepared to answer them.
Our lawyers understand the stressful nature of divorces and family law issues, and we strive to ensure you fully grasp the rules and laws governing these proceedings.
Frequently Asked Questions about Ohio Family Law
Our family law attorneys are committed to assisting you with all of your questions and needs. To that end, we have compiled these Frequently Asked Questions to educate you about Ohio Family Law. But remember that while it’s helpful to be knowledgeable and prepared for what you are dealing with, don’t underestimate the importance of experienced legal representation.
Whether you are seeking a contested divorce, dissolution or a collaborative divorce, our experienced Cleveland divorce lawyers can answer your questions and provide guidance.
Divorce may have long-lasting effects on your economic circumstances for many years to come. It’s important to be prepared and protect yourself before moving forward.
Ohio is an equitable distribution state. However, this does not mean all property will be divided evenly. Many factors will help make the determination of how property will be distributed in a divorce.
A prenuptial agreement can help ensure that your assets are divided as you wish upon your death, and that your property and finances are protected if you divorce.
Spousal support is determined on a case-by-case basis. Many factors are considered by the court to make this determination.
Ohio makes child custody decisions and arrangements in consideration of the best interests of the child, basing this upon many important elements.
Every child is entitled to child support from his/her legal parent. Statutory guidelines and child support calculators can assist you in determining the amount your child is entitled to. However, there are mitigating factors that can complicate this process and an experienced Family Law Attorney can help.
This is a complex legal area that is rapidly evolving. Individual courts and counties approach same-sex divorce differently.
Family law mediation can be a useful tool for minimizing hostility during a divorce and in helping both parties resolve disputes and issues before proceeding to divorce court.
Grandparents have limited rights to visitation with their grandchildren in Ohio. If you have an established relationship with your grandchild, you may be able to petition the court for visitation.
Ohio law provides for the appointment of a guardian for an incompetent adult or a minor who is in need of a guardianship.
A property settlement agreement is an important tool for divorcing couples. It’s vital that you understand how this agreement can affect your final divorce orders.