Certified Family Relations Law Specialist
Divorce, dissolution, custody and adoption are difficult. At Michelle M. Maciorowski Law, LLC, we can help you understand the legal processes of domestic relations.
Amid unclear and upsetting circumstances, you require a lawyer who is responsive and perceptive. The attorney and support team of Maciorowski Law will take the time to understand your specific situation, help you refine your objectives, and provide sympathetic legal counsel.
At Michelle M. Maciorowski Law, LLC our attorneys are focused on fighting for your best possible outcome. We will work to ensure that you accomplish your objectives and are protected.
Family Law Requires Experience and Commitment
At Maciorowski Law, we represent clients in a variety of family law cases including divorces, dissolution and matters relating to children. Every situation is different, but whether you’re terminating a military or long-term marriage, dealing with complex asset division or support issues, our office can help you through this difficult time. We will help you understand the process while providing informed, experienced and high quality representation.
We understand that our clients need individual attention and ensure that we understand the specific needs of your case. We will advocate throughout the negotiation process and present your issues at trial. We will make sure that you can make informed decisions about how to proceed in your case.
Questions & Answers
How long will it take before I’m divorced?
Each case is different, and while some parties are able to reach agreements quickly, others take longer. We will keep you informed every step of the way.
Should I file for divorce?
The decision to terminate a marriage is an emotional one. During your consultation, we will discuss with you the options, whether they be to file for divorce or reconcile.
Do I need to prove my spouse is at fault?
In Ohio, the grounds for divorce can be found in the Revised Code Section 3501.01, however, it is not uncommon for divorces to proceed on the grounds of incompatibility.
What is Post-Decree Litigation?
Once a divorce is finalized, one party may find reason to file to re-open the litigation to enforce spousal or child support or any other terms of the Decree or to modify custody or parenting time. Such filings are termed Post-Decree Litigation.
Do You Have Questions?
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