No one likes to be involved in a family law case, as it often means engaging in litigation with loved ones. At Comunale Law Office in Dayton, our team understands how difficult family law matters can be for our clients and are here to help every step of the way. To learn more, call or contact our office today.
Family law matters are often some of the most emotional, stressful, and intense legal issues that a person encounters. Many cases involve revealing personal and professional details and addressing issues that are incredibly difficult for everyone involved. An experienced Ohio family law attorney brings a knowledge of the law and an advocate that will fight for your best interests in this situation. When emotions run high, a lawyer can provide even-tempered, logical arguments for your position. An attorney can negotiate your position in alternative dispute resolution or through litigation in court. A lawyer focuses on the legal issues so that their client can focus on restarting their life once their family law matter is resolved.
At Comunale Law Office, our skilled family law attorneys have years of experience helping their clients navigate difficult, complex, and stressful family law matters. Some of the most common legal issues that our firm manages include the following:
Often one of the most contentious issues in any divorce, child custody determines legal and physical custody of minor children. This includes who gets decision-making authority about their upbringing and well-being as well as who the child lives with and on what schedule.
Every child has needs, and child support ensures that their basic living expenses and well-being is financially maintained by both parents. Typically, the noncustodial parent, or parent that spends less physical time with the child, pays child support to the custodial parent that the child lives with more often in order to cover their living costs, including their clothes, toys, school, extracurriculars, food, and more.
As an equitable distribution state, Ohio divorce law dictates that all marital property be split equitably, but not necessarily equally. This includes both assets and debts acquired by the couple during the course of the marriage, and a number of circumstances can affect how much, or little, a spouse walks away with after a divorce.
In situations where one spouse is financially better off than the other, alimony may be awarded in an Ohio divorce case. The purpose of alimony is to help the lesser earning spouse during and after a divorce as they adjust to financial independence. There are different types of alimony available, and one or more may be applicable to your case.
At Comunale Law Office our team of dedicated legal professionals is here to help you through all your family law issues. To learn more about the wide range of legal services offered to our clients in the Dayton area, call or contact our office today to schedule a consultation of your case with one of our knowledgeable family law attorneys now.
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