Greene County Divorce Lawyers
Knowledgeable, Compassionate Legal Advice & Guidance in Greene County, Ohio
The decisions made during a divorce will impact your life and the lives of your children for many years into the future. You need an experienced attorney to advocate on your behalf and provide reliable legal advice. If you are looking for Greene County attorneys for divorce, Crossman & McNamee, LLC offers legal representation from divorce lawyers with decades of experience. We also serve the greater Miami Valley, including Beavercreek, Xenia, Fairborn, Yellow Springs, Cedarville, Bellbrook, Jamestown, Sugarcreek Township, Spring Valley, Centerville, Washington Township, Springboro, Vandalia, and Dayton, OH.
What Types of Divorce Can I File for in Ohio?
During a divorce, important decisions will be made about everything from the custody of your children to property distribution. These issues can be extremely emotionally charged and contentious, but we will guide you through the process, help you make crucial decisions, and advocate for you throughout every phase of your divorce.
We advocate on behalf of our clients in all aspects of the divorce process, including:
- Property and asset distribution
- Division of marital debts
- Sale or possession of the marital home
- Spousal support
- Child custody
- Visitation rights
Our Greene County lawyers for divorce have handled a large number of divorce cases, including complex cases involving high assets, businesses, and other complicated situations and unique factors. We are prepared to negotiate on your behalf and resolve the critical issues of your divorce in mediation or litigation.
What is a Wife Entitled to in a Divorce in Ohio?
In Ohio, the wife is equal to all the marital property acquired during the marriage. In a divorce case, a court in Ohio divides the marital property equally between spouses unless it is more reasonable for an unbalanced result. In addition, a judge can include either spouse's separate property.
Skilled Legal Representation
While mediation can help reduce the time and cost of divorce, litigation is sometimes necessary when issues cannot be resolved through other methods. Our skilled trial attorneys successfully represent clients in adversarial litigation and provide aggressive representation to secure the most favorable outcome. When necessary, we consult with experts, such as income experts, accountants, and other experts.
When you are ready to move forward with your divorce, call (937) 468-3796 for a consultation with a Greene County lawyer.