Our Ohio Divorce Lawyers Answer Your Frequently Asked Questions

What are my options?

Every family law case is different because every family unit is comprised of different elements. Our Ohio divorce lawyers and family law mediators consult with clients about all family law matters, including, but not limited to, collaborative law, dissolution, divorce, child custody and shared parenting, child support and spousal support, property division, and prenuptial agreements. We specifically address your options at the consultation. However, you are not expected to make any decisions the day of your consultation. It is an informative session for your benefit and we are here to answer any questions you may have.


Office Procedures

How do I schedule my consultation?

Call our office at 513-751-4420 and speak with Sheila or Tracie to schedule a consultation for a time that works for you.

How long is the consultation?

The consultation lasts between one and two hours.

What should I bring to my consultation?

Typically, we like to review the last three years of tax returns, documentation of current income, and a detailed statement of your assets and liabilities. However, do not be concerned if you are initially unable to find any of these documents. As we discuss the issues with you, we will be in a better position to ask for documents specifically relevant to your case.

What are your hours?

Generally, the office is open from 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

Where do I park?

We offer free parking in two lots and plenty of on-street parking as well.


Rates

Do you charge for the first visit?

Yes. We charge a reasonable fee, as we offer legal advice at the time of the consultation. Regardless of whether you ultimately decide to retain us, there is significant value to the information we provide.

How will I be billed?

Once retained, you will receive a bill each month which outlines the amount of time a particular attorney, paralegal, law clerk or other staff member pent on your case. The rates vary according to the individual lawyer’s experience and the amount of time needed for your case. We work with each client individually on billing.


Contact our office today by calling 513-751-4420 to schedule your initial consultation with one of our knowledgeable Ohio divorce lawyers.