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Wagner & Bloch Office Update

In an effort to keep our office staff and clients healthy and safe and to do our part for the greater good of our community. The Wagner & Bloch office will be operating virtually with limited in-person meetings as needed until further notice. We want to assure our clients that business will continue as usual as much as possible. Our attorneys will be reaching out directly to their clients about any meetings or other issues. If you have any questions or ongoing concerns, please call our office at 513-751-4420 to be connected to your attorney or any other staff. If you need to leave a message, rest assured we are getting your messages and will get back to you as soon as we can.

If you would like to schedule a consultation, we are doing phone consultations and Zoom consultations for those interested. When you call to schedule, please let us know what you prefer.

As always, Wagner & Bloch is here to help you as we navigate these challenging times. Please reach out if you need our help. We will keep you posted as much as possible and will certainly let you know when our actual office is open again. In the meantime, take care of yourselves!

Divorce isn’t pretty, but it doesn’t have to be ugly.

If given the choice, how would you want your divorce to be handled?
Would you want it to be time spent fighting or time spent working toward accomplishing a resolution with an equitable outcome for you and your family?

At Wagner & Bloch, our Cincinnati divorce attorneys take a sophisticated approach to solving difficult cases. We know family law and we know how to help.

Our Services

We are dedicated to helping you through this extraordinarily difficult time, which includes determining the right strategy to achieve the best outcome for you and your family. Based on your unique situation, our team will use one of the following methods to help you reach the best resolution.

Traditional Divorce

A traditional Divorce involves filing official paperwork with the county against your spouse. Most aspects of your divorce, such as child custody, how property will be divided, support and more will likely be decided by the Court.


Dissolution of Marriage

A Dissolution of Marriage involves terminating a marriage by mutual agreement between both parties instead of a traditional court filing. Common methods of dissolution are Collaborative Law, Traditional Negotiation, and Mediation.


Collaborative Law

Collaborative Law involves interest-based negotiation, providing a safe alternative to traditional divorce methods that allows for two parties and their attorneys to come to an agreement outside of the courtroom.


Mediation

Mediation is another alternative to filing for divorce, allowing a neutral third-party to help negotiate a mutually-agreeable dissolution. Mediation can also be used after a divorce or dissolution has been finalized.


Our Team

Wagner & Bloch has decades of experience in family law. We are passionate about our practice and are dedicated to helping our clients determine their own outcomes. We are experienced litigators, mediators, collaborators and negotiators, giving us the experience needed to understand the particular elements of your case and ability to implement the best strategy for you.

Ohio Divorce Attorney & Collaborative Practitioner Gayle M. Warm

Gayle M. Warm

Cincinnati Family Law Mediator & Attorney Deborah L. McPartlin

Debby L. McPartlin

Hamilton County Divorce Attorney& Family Law Mediator Randal S. Bloch

Randal S. Bloch

Hamilton County Divorce Attorney& Family Law Mediator Randal S. Bloch

Shannon F. Eckner






Our Process

Nothing is predetermined when it comes to the outcome of your family law matter; there is no single set course for how your divorce will be resolved. Each case involves its own unique set of circumstances, facts, and challenges, which means the strategy put forth by your attorney matters and will impact your future in very tangible ways. We take the time to listen to you and involve you throughout the process in order to understand your goals and help you choose the appropriate options.

Schedule a 30-Minute Consultation

Free Phone Consultation

Questions about divorce or dissolution?

Contact us today to schedule a 30-minute phone consultation to discuss your specific case options. Send us a message via our contact form or call us today!

513-751-4420