New Concord Divorce Lawyers
Attorney Mortimer graduated from Ohio Northern University Law School in 2002 and became licensed to practice law in Ohio that same year. Mr. Mortimer has been a partner with Micheli, Baldwin, Mortimer, McLendon & Whitacre LLP since 2004.
Attorney Mortimer is committed to meeting clients whenever it is most convenient for them, however is most convenient for them, whether it be over the phone or in person at his office, your home, or another location.
Attorney Mortimer takes particular pride in assisting individuals who have been charged with OVI or other criminal offenses. He understands the potential complications that...
If a person wishes to terminate his or her marriage, he or she may file for a divorce. In a divorce proceeding, the court will terminate the marriage and determine the rights and responsibilities of the divorcing parties regarding child custody, child visitation, child support and spousal support (alimony). The court will also redistribute marital assets.
Depending on where you reside and where your assets are, the division of property can be a very simple or very complex process. Disputes often arise during this phase of a divorce if the two parties disagree as to who should receive which assets or property.
Finding a divorce lawyer who is experienced and reliable can reduce your stress and help you make the best choices possible. A good divorce lawyer should be a problem solver who is skilled at negotiation and possesses a solid trial background. If both parties are open to alternative dispute resolution, such as arbitration or mediation, finding a lawyer experienced in collaborative divorce or divorce mediation would be beneficial.
Divorce lawyers also handle child custody issues, including multi-state and international child custody situations. Some divorce lawyers may be certified by their states as being family law specialists. Certification often requires that a lawyer meet certain experience and educational criteria.
Legal Custody: A parent with legal custody has the right to decide on the child's upbringing, education, and medical care. A court may grant legal custody to one parent (sole legal custody) or both parents (joint legal custody).
Separate Property: Property acquired before marriage or during the marriage as a gift or inheritance, or bought during marriage with separate property.
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