Dayton Divorce Attorneys Handling Contested Cases

Decree of divorceOne of the most emotionally devastating times in someone’s life can be when they go through a divorce. During this time, spouses can experience a variety of emotions including depression, frustration, and confusion. Such feelings can be amplified when the spouses cannot agree on a resolution of their differences. In this situation, the best solution is to find the resolution that both protects your interests and allows you to move forward with your life. Our Dayton divorce attorneys are invested in providing you with the support you require during this trying time in your life. Our lawyers believe that prompt communication with their clients is crucial and they make it a priority to keep you up to date as to the status of your case. Contact us today in order to begin the process of piecing your life back together.

Dayton divorce lawyers providing solid representation in contested cases

The state of Ohio allows for a “no fault” divorce. This means that a Court will grant a Decree of Divorce on the grounds of incompatibility. One may file a case in our state as long as they have lived here for at least the last six months. A Judge will grant the Decree of Divorce no earlier than six weeks after the initial papers have been served, so that both parties may completely comprehend the course of action that is being undertaken. If the spouses agree on all the terms of their case then they may file for an uncontested divorce, which can save a great deal of time and money. Retaining a qualified attorney to assist you through this process will help make sure that all matters are handled efficiently and allows the process to continue without issue.

The first step in Ohio is to file a Complaint for Divorce in the Court of Common Pleas. Once the Complaint is filed, it will be served on the other party. In addition to the Complaint for Divorce, a party may also request that the Court issue temporary orders which will help the parties maintain the “status quo” during the divorce proceedings. If the other party files an Answer, the next step in the process will be to perform discovery, through which information is requested from the opposing side. Should a settlement be reached between the parties, then a final Decree may be submitted to the Court. If no settlement is reached, the case will go to trial before a Judge. Shortly after the conclusion of trial, the Court will enter its final rulings on all issues.

Our Dayton divorce lawyers are experienced in handling contested matters. We will use your initial consultation to gain a complete understanding of your situation. Once we understand your personal situation, we will quickly file the Complaint in order to start your journey towards your new future. We will quickly draft any necessary Motions and will request an expedited hearing if your matter involves an emergency situation. Our discovery efforts will focus on the other side’s fitness to parent, finances, and their ability to earn money. If a resolution cannot be reached, we will protect your interests through trial and ensure that you know what to expect as the case moves forward. This is a complicated situation and we will use our experience to help you get back on track. Contact us today.

Dayton lawyers providing decades of experience to those going through a divorce proceeding

Our Dayton lawyers have a combined total of over forty years’ worth of experience. We will be there with you every step of the way through your divorce proceeding. From the initial consultation all the way through conclusion of this action, our attorneys will focus on the proceedings so that you may focus on your future. We are sensitive to the issues that you are currently facing and will respond in a prompt manner to your inquiries and concerns. Additionally, we will make sure that you receive copies of all pleadings in the case and that we are available to answer your questions. This is a serious time in your life, and we will give your case the attention it deserves.

We also assist those in the southwest Ohio areas of Beavercreek, Centerville, Clayton, Eaton, Englewood, Fairborn, Franklin, Harrison Township, Huber Heights, Kettering, Oakwood, Lebanon, Miami Township, Miamisburg, Piqua, Riverside, Springboro,  Springfield, Tipp City, Trotwood, Troy,  Vandalia, Waynesville, Washington Township, West Carrollton, Yellow Springs, and Xenia.