Family Law In Columbiana, Mahoning and Trumbull Counties
Divorce and Dissolution
Ending a marriage is painful enough without the additional financial pain of a protracted legal action. A good lawyer should be able to negotiate with your spouse's counsel and work out a good solution that doesn't break the bank.
Modifications to Existing Parenting Agreements
Situations can crop up even after your divorce is final. Unforeseen circumstances can alter the ability to pay child support, require parenting time changes and other requirements of a separation agreement or parenting order. An attorney can help make changes.
Allocation of Parental Rights (Father's Rights)
Custody issues between parents who were never married can bring their own set of unique challenges. A lawyer can help you navigate the complexities of the situation.
Good parents can end up on the wrong side of a children's services complaint and good kids can end up on the wrong side of a juvenile charge. Neither situation is one you should take on alone.