Family Law Attorneys in Ravenna and Stow OH
Divorce, Custody and Family Law Attorneys in Ravenna and Akron
Family Law in Domestic Relations Courts
The end of a marriage is always stressful. This is why you need the best guidance to make the legal process as smooth as possible.
Disputes sometimes result in painful court hearings that make the matter even more sensitive when children are involved.
The expertise of our family law attorney will help you go through this trying time as painlessly as possible.
Should You Consider a Divorce, Dissolution, or a Legal Separation?
- In general, a divorce applies when the parties are unable to agree upon the terms relating to ending the marriage.
- Dissolution may be appropriate if the parties can agree upon all the terms necessary to end the marriage.
- A separation agreement is a contractual arrangement between the husband and wife, which settles all of the issues relative to the marriage and can later be converted into a divorce action if either of the parties so chooses. However, a legal separation does not seek termination of the marriage, but rather allows one spouse to live separate and apart from the other, and at the same time resolves all the issues.
Family and Domestic Relations Lawyer in Portage and Summit Counties
Family law is a very sensitive area of the law since it involves highly emotionally charged situations. Whatever your circumstances, the consequences of domestic relations cases are long-lasting. The process can be frustrating and confusing. Therefore, your family law attorney needs to be both a strong advocate and a compassionate human being.
Our divorce lawyer can assist you in determining your best course of action. She is a sympathetic listener, a tough negotiator who can give you a realistic evaluation of your situation and guide you through every step of the domestic relations court process.
We handles matters in every area of Family Law & Domestic Relations, and represent clients primarily in Portage and Summit Counties. Our divorce lawyer will protect your interests and obtain the best solution for you. Contact us now to book your consultation or case review at 330-296-8000 in Ravenna or 330-686-2890 in Stow.
Why Hire Us?
For the last twenty years, we have provided exceptional legal representation and support. Our longevity is the undeniable proof of the quality of our services.
We take pride in building strong relationships with our clients and focus on their goals while working on short and long-term solutions for their legal issues.
During the whole process, you get your lawyer’s undivided attention and a paralegal assigned to your case for optimum communication.
We are on your side. We fight for you and guide you through the legal process, giving you peace of mind while you get your life back on track.
We use the latest technology to facilitate communication with you. This includes giving you access to your own online client portal.
Most clients consider our fees to be quite reasonable. We detail the terms of our representation upfront so you know what to expect from us from the get-go.
The Portage County Domestic Relations Court is located in the Portage County Courthouse at 203 West Main Street in downtown Ravenna, on the second floor.
The Summit County Domestic Relations Court is located in the new Summit County Courthouse Addition at 205 South High Street in downtown Akron.
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The attorneys in our law firm primarily service Portage County courts (Ravenna and Kent) from our office in Ravenna and Summit County courts (Akron, Stow, Barberton) from our office in Stow. Cases in all other courts in North East Ohio, such as Cuyahoga County courts, are handled under specific terms and conditions.