Dissolution Lawyers Serving Butler, Warren, Montgomery, Hamilton, & Clinton County Ohio
Trustworthy and knowledgeable dissolution attorneys Middletown, Ohio
Combs, Schaefer, Ball & Little has experienced family law attorneys who can help you with your dissolution. In Ohio, a dissolution is distinct from a divorce because in a dissolution, you and your spouse agree to a non-adversarial end to your marital relationship. A dissolution of marriage is an action where the parties mutually agree to terminate their marriage. Neither party has to prove grounds to end a marriage by dissolution. This action is only started after the husband and wife have signed a separation agreement regarding all property, spousal support and any child-related issues. At the hearing, the court will review the separation agreement, ask about the assets and liabilities and any parenting issues, and determine whether the parties understand and are satisfied with the settlement. If the court is satisfied that the agreement is fair, the parties agree and desire to end their marriage, the court will grant a dissolution and order the separation agreement and/or shared parenting plan into effect.
Combs, Schaefer, Ball & Little attorneys are reputable and trusted who can work with you to draft a dissolution agreement. Our Middletown, Ohio firm has drafted numerous agreements to meet any familial circumstances.
Middletown family law attorneys can explain the dissolution process
Let the attorneys at Combs, Schaefer, Ball & Little guide you through the complex requirements of a separation agreement and shared parenting plans. Unlike a contested divorce where the court hears evidence and makes property division and support orders, dissolution just requires you and your spouse draw up a written, mutually satisfactory separation agreement that sets an agreeable division of your property and allocates parental rights and responsibilities.
Get trustworthy advice from reputable dissolution lawyers in Butler County, Ohio.
To meet with one of Combs, Schaefer, Ball & Little’s reliable and experienced dissolution attorneys to discuss the issues surrounding your dissolution petition and separation agreement, call us today at 513-424-1660 or contact us online for a free initial consultation.