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Dayton Family Law Attorneys

Family law cases are a combination of emotional, financial, and legal issues intertwined into one. The case will take place in the Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations Division if it involves a married couple. Cases involving minor children who were born outside the marriage will take place in the Common Pleas Court, Juvenile Division. Your case can have the power to impact every intimate aspect of your life.

Relationships, access to children, finances, homes, retirement, and ownership of a business may be put at risk. You want to entrust your case to a law firm that has extensive resources, skilled attorneys, and a history of success. The VanNoy firm provides exactly this type of representation to clients with the added personal attention that they deserve.

Common Family Law Cases

Family law involves many of the legal issues that occur between spouses, parents and children, unmarried parents, and sometimes even grandparents. These life-changing cases can provoke intense emotions and span many areas of law, such as real estate valuation and domestic violence charges. It requires a skilled team of attorneys with diverse experience to understand these cases from all angles and achieve a positive outcome.

Our attorneys have handled a wide range of family law matters, including the following:

 

  • Divorce – Whether your divorce is friendly and simple or highly contested and complicated, having reliable and experienced representation is important to a positive outcome. We can help you create a custom legal strategy to protect what’s most important to your family.
  • Child Custody – The right to raise your child as you see fit is one of the most important legal rights any parent has, and we help our clients defend and protect those rights during both divorce and paternity cases.
  • Parenting Time – Formerly known as visitation, parenting time is now awarded to each parent through a legal agreement called a parenting plan that must be approved by the court.
  • Child Support – Children have the right to be supported by both parents’ incomes, even if the parents are separated. When there is a significant difference in income between the parents, the court may award child support to one parent to assist in caring for the child.
  • Property Division – Our attorneys help clients to understand what is considered marital and separate property in Ohio, and how to report and divide these assets during a divorce.
  • High-Asset Divorces – When a divorce involves a large number of assets, high-value assets like a business, or difficult-to-value assets like stock options, it takes a knowledgeable attorney to determine an equitable division of property.
  • Spousal Support – Occasionally the court will allocate spousal support, or alimony, to one spouse whose income or earning potential is much less than the other, to assist them in supporting themselves after the divorce.

Ohio’s Family Law Courts

The case will take place in the Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations Division if it involves a married couple. Cases involving minor children who were born outside the marriage will take place in the Common Pleas Court, Juvenile Division.

Trust The VanNoy Firm for all Your Family Law Needs

The attorneys at The VanNoy Firm are dedicated to finding the best legal solutions possible for each and every client, and we’d be honored to assist you. Please contact us today to learn more.

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Our premier Dayton attorneys work diligently to defend our clients’ rights with aggressive and individualized legal representation.

Our Family Law Attorneys

Anthony S. VanNoy
Trial Attorney
Keara R. Dever, Esq
Trial Attorney
Kristie L. Gotwald, Esq
Trial Attorney

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