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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 lawyers take a sophisticated approach to solving difficult cases. We know family law and we know how to help. If you are considering divorce, and a collaborative divorce or mediation are out of the question, then a traditional divorce may be the best option for you. Regardless of the circumstances, the divorce attorneys at Wagner & Bloch will work with you to achieve the best resolution possible.
Traditional divorce can be particularly stressful for you and your family. This stress can be avoided if couples are able to reach an agreement through a dissolution of marriage.
Choosing the path of dissolution often leads to equitable and mutually beneficial outcomes.
Marriage dissolution can be accomplished in different ways. It could include collaborative law, mediation, or negotiation. However, it is not uncommon for couples to fail to reach an agreement. The reason family law is so complex is that the legislature cannot account for every component that makes up your particular family and your unique situation.
Research has proven that dissolving a marriage by mutual agreement is generally better for both couples and their family. Choosing the path of dissolution often leads to equitable and mutually beneficial outcomes.
There are two primary ways you may terminate a marriage: you can either reach an agreement regarding all major issues related to your situation – such as child custody matters and property division – or you can present your case to the Court and ask a judge or magistrate to make those decisions for you.
For spouses that are able to cooperate and have constructive conversations about how they intend to resolve issues related to divorce, collaborative law or mediation are great options. But not every divorce or dissolution can be resolved amicably. When court intervention is needed, a traditional divorce may be the best, if not the only, method of dissolving a marriage.
The traditional divorce process involves one spouse filing a lawsuit against the other. In some cases, a divorce will involve third parties, such as banks, life insurance companies, or other financial institutions.
In the event that the parties cannot agree on substantive aspects of the termination of their marriage, such as child custody, property division, or spousal support, your attorney must present your case to the Court for determination. This can be in many forms, and can take days, weeks, months, or even years, and will often require the assistance of a divorce attorney to compile the appropriate and relevant facts.
A divorce attorney can also determine the best strategy to present a case to a judge or magistrate assigned to decide the disputed aspects of the case.
At Wagner & Bloch, we recognize that every client’s situation is unique. When you work with our team, we will assess the unique facts of your situation to help you choose the right model to achieve the best outcome for you and your family.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation to discuss your specific case options. Send us a message via our contact form or call us today!
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