Resolve Issues in Ohio Divorce Without Litigation
The process of divorce is confusing and stressful enough without entering the courtroom. When issues are brought to court, it adds to the time and money that both parties have to spend and often makes disputes more contentious and bitter. Through collaborative law, divorcing couples can cooperate to resolve disputes without litigation and ensure that the needs of each party are met.
Attorney Myron A. Wolf has more than 30 years of family law experience and is trained in the process of collaborative law. There are many benefits for parties who can resolve their issues through collaborative law and our lawyers and staff can help you reach an agreement without going to court. Myron Wolf is a common pleas court appointed mediator and was appointed by the Supreme Court of Ohio to the Board of Commissions of Grievances and Discipline.
Understand the Benefits of Collaborative Law
While collaborative law is not suitable in every circumstances, it is often advisable that parties cooperate in order to resolve their differences. Collaborative law has many benefits for both parties, including:
- Ability to have control over the decision making process and to arrive at solutions that fit the individual needs of the parties
- Promotion of the best interests of any children involved in the process
- Avoidance of court-imposed decisions over issues that impact your family, made by judges who do not fully understand your family structure
- By reaching agreements collaboratively, parties are more likely to adhere to those agreements
- Ability to save a great deal of time, money and stress by avoiding court
Alternative dispute resolutions, such as mediation and collaborative law, can help parties resolve issues related to property division, complex asset division, child custody, child support and spousal support. It can also help prepare for any modifications to these orders when life changes occur in the future.
Contact us at the Law Offices of Myron A. Wolf to learn more about collaborative law and our family law practice in Hamilton, Ohio. Call our office at 513-863-0664 to make an appointment and talk with us about your issues. Get the experienced help you deserve.