The thought of filing for divorce can be scary, no matter what state your marriage is currently in. Even more upsetting is the conflict that could potentially fill your life as a result. A contested divorce means that there are issues which both spouses do not agree on, such as:
When the divorce is contested, going to court becomes a necessity and a judge is responsible for deciding on all of the unresolved issues. Such important issues can have an impact on the rest of your life and should only be discussed when your attorney is present. Our Dayton divorce lawyers have been representing residents of the town for over five decades with a true concern for their best interests. We understand the significance of your divorce and will do whatever we can streamline the process.
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According to state law, a contested divorce must have grounds, or reasons, for why the divorce is taking place. Ohio recognizes 10 grounds for divorce, along with the no-fault grounds which is typically the most common reason that couples file.
If any of these issues have occurred in your marriage, you have the right to file for a contested divorce. A no-fault divorce, on the contrary, simply mean that the spouse requesting the divorce does not have to prove that the other spouse did something wrong.
The reality of a contested divorce is that there is naturally going to be more conflict and tension than there would be if divorce court was not involved. While this can be difficult to deal with, you are not alone. The team at Gounaris Abboud, LPA is here with compassionate support and decades of legal knowledge to apply directly to your case.
We want to see your divorce resolved in a timely manner with as little controversy as possible. For legal advocates who will remain focused on your desired outcome every step of the way, contact our firm before another day passes.