Divorce in Columbus
Experienced Divorce Representation Focused On Your Best Interests
People enter a marriage full of optimism and anxious to begin their new life with their partner. Unfortunately, circumstances can change over time and couples may grow apart. Divorce may prove inevitable.
In many situations, a divorce can be a complicated, stressful and emotionally draining experience. However, you do not have to go through it alone.
At the Columbus Law Offices of William L. Geary, we have years of experience representing clients involved in the process of dissolving their marriages and thereafter desiring to move forward with a new life. We take the time to explain the implications of a divorce, answer your questions, explain your options and guide you through the entire process. If necessary, we employ a roster of competent and well-respected experts to assist us in preparing a strong case designed to protect your best interests.
To arrange a consultation with a skilled divorce lawyer, contact us by calling 614-228-1968.
Guiding You Through All Aspects of Divorce
Divorce is much more than just declaring that a couple is no longer married. It involves a number of legal issues, each of which presents its own complexities. Our firm is fully prepared to assist you with all aspects of the divorce process, including:
- Alimony/spousal support
- Child Custody/parenting time
- Child visitation including rules 22 and 27
- Property and asset division
- Divorce mediation when applicable
Don't Let Your Emotions Influence Your Decisions
Many divorces are extremely emotional. Parties involved may be dealing with feelings of extreme anger, sadness, betrayal or even regret. During the process of ending your marriage, you will have to make decisions that will impact the rest of your life. It is extremely important not to allow your emotions to dictate your actions. This seldom leads to a positive result.
Our attorneys will discuss all of your options and help you form a strategy that promotes your wellbeing and a planned future. No matter how you are feeling, racing to the courthouse to file first or making rash decisions will not serve your best interests.
Contact a Franklin County Lawyer
Each Ohio court has slightly different rules when it comes to filing for divorce. Having handled countless family law cases across Ohio, we understand the particular nuances of each jurisdiction and will utilize this understanding to your benefit. Contact us to arrange a confidential consultation.