One Attorney for Both of You
We cannot represent both parties in a divorce or dissolution case.
Nor should any attorney licensed to practice in the State of Ohio represent both parties in a divorce or dissolution. If you and your spouse have agreed upon all matters related to the divorce, it may be possible for us to draft all of the legal paperwork, but we will only represent one party.
Your spouse can choose not to hire a lawyer. For example, if you have been married for only a few years and you and your spouse have resolved all of the issues to the satisfaction of both, you may come to our office, have the paperwork drafted and sent to your spouse on your behalf. Your spouse can then make a decision to sit down with an attorney and review the paperwork or they can decide he or she is agreement with the terms of the paperwork to proceed without an attorney.
Have questions about getting a divorce, filing for divorce, going to court for a divorce or how much a divorce could potentially cost?
Our attorneys can help you through the process, contact us today for more info.
Settle Out Of Court – “Collaboration”
Prenuptial Or Antenuptial Agreements
Difference Between Divorce And Dissolution
Discovery – “How Information Is Exchanged”
Temporary Restraining Orders and Civil Protection Orders
Motions To Show Cause – Contempt
Knowing What Assets Are Really Worth
Termination Of Spousal Support
- Aggressive, Experienced Representation
- Prompt, Courteous Attention
- Updated Information on Your Case
- Active Involvement in All Decisions in Your Case