Concerns During Divorce Proceedings
When you are facing the end of your marriage, a qualified divorce lawyer can offer you reassurance that your decisions during the divorce process will be wise ones under the circumstances. At the Law Offices of Jason M. Donnell, LLC, we will help you devise a strategy that is in your own best interests as well as the best interests of your children.
We know what’s at stake, and we will make sure you don’t make the mistakes that could cost you the favorable results you’re looking for.
When Divorce Is On The Way
For many of the people who come to us, their marital relationships are under considerable stress for some time before they finally decide to file for divorce. Even if a couple chooses to undergo marriage counseling or other nonlegal remedies, there is no guarantee things won’t end up in the courtroom.
Whatever your situation, the attorneys at our firm are here to help. We have considerable experience handling a variety of family law matters related to Ohio divorce and experience addressing:
- Property division issues — Dividing marital assets and debts can turn contentious during divorce proceedings, which is why our attorneys come prepared to negotiations and ready to take things to court if necessary.
- Child support and alimony (spousal support) orders — Our attorneys know the benefit of seeking financial support through a court order. We will stand as your advocate during legal proceedings to ensure you are getting the support you need.
- Child custody issues for unmarried parents — Being an unmarried parent can create particularly challenging legal issues. Our lawyers can help you address paternity so that you can assert your parental rights, establish and enforce custody orders and seek financial support for your child.
- Custody and visitation schedules — Children deserve to have their relationships with both parents preserved through fair and reasonable custody and visitation schedules. At our firm, we keep the child’s best interests in mind when negotiating the terms of an agreement, and we can help if terms need to be modified to account for significant changes in circumstances.
We are here to answer your questions and give you guidance. You can find answers to some of the common questions about divorce on our family law FAQ page.
Contact Our Firm Today
To schedule a free initial phone consultation with a personable, attentive family law attorney from our firm, call our Lancaster, Ohio, office at 740-653-8171 or fill out this contact form. In-person appointments are also available with our personable, attentive lawyers. We accept credit cards.