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Ohio Appeal Rights

If you do not like the ruling at trial, you may have Ohio appeal rights, which is the right to appeal the trial court’s decision.  

Ohio Appeal Rights To Appeal The Magistrate

    If the trial or hearing was heard by a magistrate, you have the right to appeal the magistrate. If the magistrate issued an order, you have the right to ask the judge to set the order aside.  This must be filed within ten days of the order.  Filing this motion does not automatically stop the order from taking effect.  If the magistrate issued a decision, you have the right to object to the decision.  The objection automatically stops enforcement of the decision.  Unfortunately, this includes the parts you may like along with the parts to which you have objections.  The objection must be filed within fourteen days of the filing of the magistrate’s decision. (more…)

Marshallville Divorce Attorney

A Marshallville divorce attorney represents people who either live in Marshallville or who need to go back to the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court or Wayne County Juvenile Court because they need to revisit a child custody, child support or spousal support issue in that court.  Having a Marshallville divorce lawyer on your side gives you the opportunity to have your voice heard effectively in the divorce court.
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Smithville Divorce Attorney

A Smithville divorce attorney represents individuals who either reside in Smithville or who need to go back to the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court because they need to revisit an issue in a divorce case in that court.   Having a Smithville divorce lawyer on your side is important in ensuring that your voice is heard in divorce court.

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Wooster Divorce Attorney

A Wooster divorce attorney provides representation for individuals who either reside in Wooster or who need to go back to the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court’s continuing jurisdiction because they finalized a divorce case in that court.
Where one or both parents are Wooster residents, a divorce would likely be filed in the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court.  Such cases start with a complaint, affidavits, and requests for temporary orders.  The attorneys attend a number of hearings to discuss the issues with the court, consisting of a number of pre-trials.  In Wayne County, these hearings are given specific names, including the Status One Hearing, Status Two Hearing, and Pre-Trial.  If the matter cannot be settled during or as a result of any of these pretrial hearings, the case proceeds to a final hearing before the magistrate. (more…)

Sharon Township Divorce Attorney

A Sharon Township Divorce Attorney files divorces in Medina County Domestic Relations Court.  When one or both spouses are residents of Sharon Township, this is where the divorce complaint should be filed.  Upon request, the magistrate issues temporary orders for issues such as child custody, parenting time, child support, spousal support, and exclusive use of real and personal property.  Temporary Restraining orders are automatically issued in divorce cases.  The final hearing in a divorce case is usually set approximately one year from the date of filing.  This gives the parties time to conduct discovery and negotiate the issues. (more…)

Orrville Divorce Attorney

Orrville Divorce AttorneyAn Orrville divorce attorney provides representation for divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and  motions to modify parental rights and responsibilities.

Orrville Divorce Attorney Fights For Clients In Divorce Court 

  Where one or both parents are Orrville residents, a divorce would likely be filed in the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court.  The initial filing consists of complaint for divorce, affidavits, and usually a motion for temporary orders.  The temporary orders motion can either be immediately granted or set for hearing.  Several “pre-trial” hearings are set by the court.  The first is a Status One Hearing, where the attorneys tell the magistrate the issues involved in the case.  The next two are the Status Two and Pre-Trial conferences, where the attorneys provide a more detailed analysis supported by detailed written breakdowns of the issues.  These hearings are followed by a final hearing before the magistrate. (more…)

Rittman Divorce Attorney

Rittman Divorce AttorneyWhat is a Rittman divorce attorney?  A Rittman divorce lawyer provides representation for divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and  motion to modify parental rights and responsibilities.
Where both parents are Rittman residents, such cases would originate in the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court, 107 W. Liberty Street, Wooster, Ohio 44691.  This article will limit the scope to outlining the basic hearings for  divorces, dissolutions, and paternity cases, but does not set out every possible motion or procedure in such cases. (more…)

Barberton Divorce Attorney

What is a Barberton divorce attorney? A Barberton divorce lawyer provides representation for divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and motion to modify parental rights and responsibilities. Where both parents are Barberton residents, such cases would originate in the Summit County Domestic Relations Court, 205 S. High Street, Akron, Ohio 44308. This article will limit the scope to outlining the basic hearings for  divorces, dissolutions, and paternity cases, but does not set out every possible motion or procedure in such cases. (more…)

Medina Divorce Attorney

What is a Medina divorce attorney? A Medina divorce lawyer provides representation for divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and motion to modify parental rights and responsibilities. Where both parents are Medina residents, such cases would originate in the Medina County Domestic Relations Court, 99 Public Square, Medina, Ohio 44256. This article will limit the scope to outlining the basic hearings for  divorces, dissolutions, and paternity cases, but does not set out every possible motion or procedure in such cases. (more…)