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areas-of-practice-page-1 Divorce Dissolution

Ohio law provides three ways for a husband and wife to end or alter their marital relationship: legal separation, divorce, and dissolution of marriage. (A fourth way—annulment—will not be discussed here.) To obtain a dissolution or divorce….read more….


Close-up of a vintage gavel, on blurred background, symbol of impartiality and rightness, judicial decisions, closed cases and justiceChild Custody

When parents come before the domestic relations court to terminate their marriage (or before the juvenile court in a parentage proceeding), the court must address what will happen to their children. The marriage/relationship may end….read more….


areas-of-practice-page-4Wills & Probate

A will is a document that sets forth how a person would like to have his or her probate property distributed upon death. To be valid, a will must meet certain formal legal requirements… more….




Mediation is any process in which a neutral third party, the mediator, facilitates communication and negotiation between parties to help them reach a voluntary agreement regarding their despute.  Unlike a judge or arbitrator, the mediator does not decide….read more….