ASSISTING FAMILIES THROUGH DIFFICULT TRANSITIONS
Respected Family Law Attorneys Based In Dublin, Ohio
Frankly, we do not meet most family law clients through a website. We meet them because we have been personally recommended by friends, colleagues and family members who came to us and appreciated the quality of our representation.
Why are we recommended so often? It is because we earn the trust of every individual client by prioritizing his or her needs. When you come to us for help with a family law matter, we understand that it is because you have encountered a tumultuous situation such as a divorce or marriage dissolution. Meeting your needs is not about pushing you further into turmoil, but building a bridge over it so you can cross unscathed and go forward.
Divorce, Marriage Dissolution And All Related Matters
Over the course of more than 30 years, our Dublin, Ohio, family lawyers have built a reputation for successfully guiding individuals through divorce as well as all related matters, including:
- High net worth divorce for those with considerable incomes
- Asset division, including the division of small businesses
- Child custody and support, including parenting plans
- Financial implications of divorce
- Spousal support/alimony
- Post-divorce modifications
Complex Family Law Issues
From our law office in Dublin, we have made a name for ourselves in the Columbus metro area and throughout central Ohio for our attorneys’ ability to accurately handle the most intricate family law issues. These issues are more likely to occur when a case involves a business owner, a professional or someone with substantial income or assets.
We help our clients protect assets such as small businesses and retirement accounts during the divorce or marriage dissolution process. However, we believe in the value of foresight and planning. Even if divorce is only a remote possibility, we can assist with planning steps. We can provide family business protection and retirement asset protection strategies to ensure that this property is protected in a divorce.