Dissolution is one of the easiest and least expensive ways to terminate your marriage. It has many advantages, including being the most cost-effective and quickest ways to dissolve a marriage.
By contacting the experienced Dayton, Ohio dissolution attorneys of Gounaris Abboud, LPA, you will be guided through an easy and smooth process to terminate your marriage.
Dissolution as a Method to Divorce
How a Dissolution Works
A petition to dissolve a marriage will only work if all parties agree to the terms of the dissolution. This means that all marital assets have to be agreed upon by the parties, including all marital debt. If children are involved, the parties must agree to child custody or a shared parenting plan.
Further, the parties need to determine if there will be spousal and child support.
All these matters must be agreed upon and signed in a separation agreement prior to filing the petition for dissolution. If the parties do not agree, a petition for dissolution cannot be filed.
The parties should then seek to file a complaint for divorce and allow a Domestic Relations Judge to make the final determination.
Should I hire an attorney for my dissolution?
You should always have a dissolution lawyer to prepare all your legal documents filed in court during your dissolution. By hiring the experienced Dayton dissolution lawyers of Gounaris Abboud, LPA, you will be guided through an easy and smooth transition to terminate your marriage.
Each court has a specific set of rules when filing a petition for dissolution.
When you hire experienced Dayton dissolution attorneys of Gounaris Abboud, LPA, you can rest assured that your divorce will be handled with the least amount of discomfort or anxiety. Speak with our Dayton family lawyers at 937-222-1515 to help you through these tough times.
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Our firm is ready to hear your story and help you navigate the divorce process. Remember, time is of the essence in all dissolution law matters. If you are in doubt of your legal rights, we can discuss them and protect them.
Our attorneys are licensed to practice in the state of Ohio and concentrate their family law practice in the following Ohio counties: Montgomery, Greene, Miami, Warren, Butler, Preble, Darke, Logan, Clinton, Shelby, Champaign, Clark, Clermont and Hamilton, Ohio.