Lawyers for Dissolution of Marriage in Columbus
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Should you and your spouse decide to part ways, a dissolution is a peaceable, straightforward method of moving on with your life. This no-fault separation involves both of you filing a petition with the court for your dissolution. Within this petition, you are required to outline a plan for the separation. The court then decides whether or not to approve the request and, should the dissolution be approved, you are then able to move forward into the next phase of your life.
For the drafting and submission of your dissolution, it is in your best interest to retain the services of our Columbus divorce attorneys at Grossman Law Offices. We guide you through the necessary steps for a successful petition and negotiate with your former spouse through property division and other items you may need to address while formalizing your separation. We will oversee all the details on your behalf.
As Your Dissolution Team, Our Firm Facilitates the Process by:
- Working efficiently to itemize assets and recommend equitable divisions
- Navigating child custody arrangements
- Quickly responding to your needs and concerns
- Conducting all aspects of negotiations respectfully and ethically
Wish to formally end your marriage through dissolution? Schedule a consultation online or call us at (614) 344-4311.
Dissolution vs. Divorce
Ohio allows two legal means of ending a marriage: divorce or dissolution. What is the difference between a divorce and a dissolution? This difference is that in a divorce, fault must generally be assigned to one of the spouses in order to proceed with the separation. Certain no-fault divorces are permitted, however, the court is particular with these requirements. In the case of a no-fault separation, dissolution is the preferred method.
Dissolutions are generally less expensive than a divorce, because a dissolution allows you to bypass many of the more harrowing court procedures that are required for a divorce. In order for a dissolution to proceed successfully, both parties must be willing to work together to come to a fair agreement regarding the split of assets and property, child support, and other items that are divided when a marriage ends.
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Need more information about the dissolution process? Call a Columbus divorce lawyer at our firm at (614) 221-7711.