Dissolution Of Marriage In Ohio
The ending of a marriage is a stressful, emotional time for almost any couple. It can be made worse by worries about the cost of money and time spent in court if the proceedings become too acrimonious. Many couples just want to get through it as quickly as possible and move on.
For those couples in Ohio, a dissolution can be used to save time and money, along with limiting court appearances. At Stamps & Stamps in Dayton, our experienced divorce and family law attorneys can guide you and your spouse through a dissolution that protects your interests. We can help you move on to a new phase of your life with confidence.
What Is A Dissolution Of Marriage?
While the term dissolution means different things in different states, in Ohio the term refers to a “non-adversarial divorce.” In most cases, one of our lawyers will technically represent one spouse, and the other spouse will not hire a separate attorney because they are in agreement on everything.
A dissolution is possible if you and your spouse can agree on all of the issues: child custody, child support, property division and spousal support. It works for couples of all ages and financial situations; all it requires is a willingness to cooperate.
Our lawyers can prepare and review all of the court filings after you and your spouse have come to an agreement that you both feel is in your interests. If there are no unexpected disagreements, you could complete a dissolution in as little as 60 to 90 days.
Ready To Move On? Let Us Help You And Your Spouse Get Closure.
A dissolution may not work for everyone, but it is a tremendous benefit for those who it does work for. If you have questions, call our divorce attorneys at Stamps & Stamps in Dayton today at (937) 247-6447 or 877-782-6770 to schedule a free consultation. We serve clients throughout Montgomery County, including Miamisburg and Beavercreek.