Whether you are planning to enter into a marriage or have made the difficult decision to separate or divorce, you need an experienced lawyer to protect your interests. While family law matters often involve difficult adult decisions about marriage and divorce, they may also involve important issues concerning children, such as adoptions, child custody and child support. Clearly, family law matters often involve very emotional issues, which can sometimes lead people into making decisions that are not in their best interests. We want to help you by providing you with clear and experienced legal advice and guidance so that you can make the best decisions for you and your family. When working through a family law issue, it is imperative that you seek the assistance of an experienced family law attorney.Contact our office to schedule an initial consultation.
This is simply a contract between two people entered into prior to their marriage which handles the rights to certain assets, future earnings, and the potential division of assets in the event the marriage is later dissolved. You may wish to enter into this type of agreement in situations where you, or your fiancé own significant assets, have children from previous a relationship or marriage, earn a large salary, or expect a sizeable inheritance.
To finalize your divorce, you and your spouse will need to meet all of the requirements under Ohio law. Our team can help ensure that your divorce case proceeds as efficiently as possible. Beyond helping you get your divorce finalized, we will also assist you with any other related family law issues.
The division of property and assets can quickly become highly contentious. Under Ohio law, assets and liabilities are to be divided in an ‘equitable manner’. To be clear, ‘equitable’ does not necessarily mean ‘even’; instead, it means ‘fair’. The bottom line: You are entitled to a fair portion of the marital assets. Let our family lawyers help you get it.
In some divorce cases, one spouse will be legally entitled to alimony (also known as spousal support) from the former spouse. Under United States law, specifically the 1979 Supreme Court case of Orr v. Orr, each state’s alimony laws are required to be gender neutral. This means that in Ohio, and all other jurisdictions, both men and women may be entitled to recover spousal support from his/her former spouse, or they may be ordered to pay.
There is nothing that comes before the health, safety and well-being of your children. Our team works extremely hard to protect the child custody and child visitation rights of our clients. Yet, we fully understand just how sensitive issues involving children are for families. We always work hard to find compassionate and collaborative solutions for any issues regarding children. Still, we are ready to fight aggressively on your behalf.
While Ohio has official child support guidelines, calculations can still be extremely complex. We help our clients protect their rights in child support cases. Whether you are not receiving the proper amount, or you are being overcharged, our family law attorneys are ready to help.
At Kryszak & Associates, Co., LPA, our compassionate family law lawyers always tailor our strategies to the unique needs of our clients. We understand how important it is to preserve family relationships. At the same time, we are also ready to aggressively represent you when necessary to protect your legal interests. To request an immediate review of your case, please call our team today at 440-934-5330 or 1-888-934-5330.
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