Secure An Advocate When Your Marriage Ends

When a marriage ends in divorce, it is often accompanied by hurt, resentment and confusion. It can be difficult to consider the many aspects of your life that are about to change, including relationships, finances and potentially your home.

It is understandable to be emotional; however, it is critical to make rational decisions that can set you and your children up for the best possible future. Gurtner Law, LLC, understands your situation and is prepared to serve as your legal advocate.

Call our Columbus office at 614-464-4100 to schedule a complimentary phone consultation.

Seeking A Fair Divorce Settlement

Divorce is more than just ending a marriage. There are many important decisions to make as you and your spouse separate lives, including:

This may seem overwhelming, but attorney Daniel R. Gurtner has a thorough understanding of Ohio divorce laws and will put his knowledge to work for your benefit.

Gurtner Law, LLC, will guide you through each phase of divorce, confidently moving your case forward to resolution. When you work with us, you partner closely with a lawyer throughout your case. You will not be passed off to a paralegal or assistant.

Divorce, Conflict And Fault

In Ohio, you can file for divorce based on fault or a "no-fault" ground known as "incompatibility." You can also petition jointly with your spouse to end your marriage by filing for a dissolution of your marriage. It is important to know that a dissolution is possible only if you and your spouse can agree on every issue. Fault-based grounds for divorce in Ohio include:

  • Adultery or polygamy
  • Abuse or cruelty
  • Habitual substance abuse
  • Incarceration
  • Abandonment for more than a year

All grounds for fault must be supported by a witness. Attorney Daniel R. Gurtner has the knowledge and expertise that can help you prepare for a divorce that includes accusations of fault. Regardless of your situation, our firm can help you reach a settlement that supports your goals and provides a hopeful future.

Contact Us For Compassionate Representation

The choices and concessions you make during this sensitive time may impact you for years to come. No matter if you are filing a complaint for divorce or responding to your spouse's complaint, the counsel of an experienced legal advocate can help you make those critical decisions wisely. Call Gurtner Law, LLC, for a free phone consultation at 614-464-4100. You can also contact us online.