Family Law

Divorce

Warren Divorce Attorney

Trumbull County Child Support Lawyer

When married couples separate, it can be one of the most difficult times of their lives. Even if your divorce was expected, you are probably experiencing major changes in your life.

Warren, Ohio, divorce lawyer Charles A. Ziegler, understands the delicate emotions and practical issues involved in your divorce. He knows how to help you analyze the issues, decide upon realistic goals, and make decisions that are in your best interests.

Contact northeast Ohio divorce lawyer Charles A. Ziegler for a free consultation today if you need counsel concerning any of the following issues:

Negotiating Your Dissolution of Marriage

Most often, it is beneficial to both parties who want to end their relationship to seek a negotiated dissolution rather than undertake a contested divorce lawsuit. Negotiated dissolutions are less costly than contested trials, and clients are able to set the terms of their separation rather than having a judge dictate to them in trial. Divorce mediation is also an option that our office can represent you in to settle all outstanding issues using creative problem- solving.

Trumbull County Divorce

When couples cannot reach a negotiated settlement, a litigated divorce action is necessary to resolve and finalize the marital relationship. With more than 30 years of divorce litigation experience, Trumbull County divorce attorney Charles A. Ziegler has developed penetrating insight, analytical skills, and trial dexterity.

Child Custody Issues

When a divorce involves children, it is even more important to hire a skilled and compassionate divorce attorney. The law offices of Charles A. Ziegler understands how important your children are to you and can protect your interests during child custody negotiations and hearings involving:

A Trumbull County Child Support Attorney Who Handles All Types of Post-Decree Motions

While some of the terms of a divorce, such as distribution of property and debt, are not subject to post-divorce modification, other court orders can be modified. If one party moves or has a substantial change in income, then spousal support, child support, and child custody can be altered through a post-decree motion to reflect these new circumstances. This is a fairly common practice, and Ohio divorce attorney Charles A Ziegler handles about as many post-decree motion cases as he does new divorces.

Put More Than 30 Years of Experience on Your Side

If you are about to face divorce litigation or need representation in a post-decree motion, contact Trumbull County divorce lawyer Charles A. Ziegler by calling 330-984-0609, toll free 888-854-0924 for a free consultation and experienced, professional representation. We represent clients from Newton Falls, Warren, Youngstown and the surrounding areas.