Family Law Attorney in Columbus, OH
When a family-related issue needs to be resolved, tensions can rise, which can cloud our better judgment. If you are currently faced with a family law matter, we at Grossman Law Offices are here for you during your time of legal need. We will help you remain level-headed and well-informed during the entire process. We are committed to relentlessly pursuing favorable outcomes while also protecting the interests of the women and men we represent. Our efforts have earned us repeated inclusion among the "Best Law Firms" by U.S. News - Best Lawyers. You can seek our legal assistance with assuredness regarding our capabilities.
We handle the following family law matters:
- Financial matters
- Enforcement of court orders
- Legal separation
- Child custody
- Pre and post-nuptial agreements
- Domestic violence
- Property division
Ready to proceed? Call us at (614) 344-4311 to request an initial consultation.
Boasting More Than 40 Years of Experience
Our team of Columbus family law lawyers has more than four decades of experience in handling all kinds of family law cases. We also have two Board Certified Family Law Specialists by the Ohio State Bar Association on our legal team who can apply their expertise to your case. Always courteous and ethical, our mission is to provide our clients the step-by-step guidance they need to feel at ease about their situation. We will carefully analyze all the details of your case to create and implement a results-driven strategy that reflects your specific needs, regardless of the challenging aspects of your case.
We proudly offer our clients the following:
- Creative and strategic solutions
- Swift response in all circumstances
- Thoughtful stewardship of their financial resources
Visit our Common Questions page to learn more about your rights and what you can expect.
What is a Cohabitation Agreement?
A cohabitation agreement works similar to a prenuptial agreement. However, the difference is the couple is not married. Rather, they are living together, but are unmarried. The state of Ohio does not protect the rights of cohabitating couples, but you can utilize a cohabitating agreement in order to determine about what happens to the property in the event you break up. These agreements are often more enforceable than written agreements because relationships have no implied contractual relationship. A cohabitation agreement can including legal forms to help resolve the differences between the couple.
Normally, when a relationship ends and two parties are living together, they may reach contentious levels trying to determine who gets what. With a cohabitation agreement-much like the prenuptial agreement-the parties can detail who gets what in the event of a separation and the matters can resolve more smoothly.
Have questions? Discuss your needs with our Columbus family law attorneys!
Our compassionate firm understands how family law matters can be stressful for the entire family. We wish to prepare you for the next chapter in your life. We work fast and efficiently so that you can do move on with all the resources you need to be successful. We perform well above the traditional standards and expectations of family law firms.
Please give us a call to learn more about how our reputable law firm can help you with your family law case.