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Resolving family law issues can be emotionally strenuous, cause anxiety, and can be expensive. Many families look for cost-effective and beneficial solutions to their divorce, child custody or child support issues. A Dissolution is an alternative to going to Court to litigate your rights, and centers around both parties being willing to work together toward amicable resolutions of all their family law-related issues. Manore Divorce & Family Law has the experience and knowledge to help resolve your family disputes through the Dissolution process. Contact the Law Office of John James Manore, III, for a free initial consultation. Call 419-517-9060 today.
Dissolution is an alternate dispute resolution process that does not involve litigation and relies on both parties voluntarily committing to non-adversarial proceedings. The goals are to not only avoid multiple Court dates but also to maximize the settlement options for each party as well as minimize the negative financial, emotional and social consequences of a divorce.
Contact Manore Divorce & Family Law for a free initial consultation to find out how the Dissolution process works and speak with Attorney Manore about how it can save you time and money. Call 419-517-9060 today. Attorney John James Manore, III is proud to serve the needs of clients in Lucas (Toledo, Sylvania, Maumee), Wood (Perrysburg), Fulton (Delta, Swanton, Wauseon), Henry (Napoleon), Williams (Bryan, Ohio), Defiance, and Ottawa (Port Clinton, Elmore, Woodville) counties.
In a dissolution both sides agree to work together, respectfully, honestly, and in good faith to resolve all issues in the terminating of the marriage. This includes disclosure of any information that may be pertinent to the negotiation of a Settlement and Property Agreement. A Settlement and Property Agreement includes distribution of property, child custody and child support. Once an agreement is made, the attorneys draft legally binding documents to be filed and approved by the Court that hold both parties accountable for the settlement terms agreed upon.
A Dissolution offers an alternative to resolving your family law dispute in front of a judge. It can be less expensive and timelier in resolving disputes as well as allows you to keep your private matters out of the Courtroom.
Both parties must agree to be involved in this completely voluntary process. Once an agreement is reached on all issues, it is submitted to the Court for approval and the parties are only required to attend a Final Hearing.
Depending on your specific situation, there are pros and cons to such an approach. A Dissolution attorney can explain them to you and answer any questions you may have about the process. Attorney John James Manore, III is trained in mediation, and negotiation. Not only will a Dissolution save you the time and money associated with litigation, but it will also allow you and your spouse to determine the outcome of your specific issues, whether related to your children or the property accumulated during your marriage.