A Dalton divorce attorney represents individuals for a variety of family law cases, including divorce, dissolution, post-decree motions, paternity complaint, child custody, child support, civil protection orders, and motion to modify parental rights and responsibilities.
Dalton Divorce Attorney Represents Individuals In Wayne County Divorce Court And Wayne County Child Custody Court
Where both parents are Dalton residents, divorce cases are filed in the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court, starting with the filing of a complaint. Motions for temporary orders are often filed with the complaint, which, if granted, temporarily resolve issues such as custody, parenting time, support and use of the marital residence and vehicles. The final divorce hearing is usually between six to twelve months from the filing of the complaint and is preceded by a number of pre-trial hearings. A dissolution in Wayne County Domestic Relations Court involves the filing of the agreement, a brief hearing to confirm the agreement, followed by the court issuing a dissolution decree. A paternity case in Wayne County Juvenile Court starts with a paternity complaint. The Wayne County Juvenile Court has jurisdiction over parentage and legal custody cases between unmarried parents and involving children whose parents are not divorced. The matter is set for an initial hearing. Temporary orders can be set at the initial hearing. While many cases reach a settlement at the pretrial or trial, some proceed to an evidentiary hearing at the final hearing.
Other types of family law matters for Dalton residents may have to be filed in Wayne County Probate Court, including guardianships and adoptions.
Dalton Divorce Attorney Represents Individuals In Medina County And Summit County
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Learn How A Dalton Divorce Attorney Can Help You
Attorney Gigiano is an experienced Dalton divorce lawyer in Medina County who practices in the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court, Wayne County Juvenile Court, Wayne County Probate Court, and other nearby county courts. If you have questions about this or other questions you need answered by an experienced Wooster divorce lawyer in Wadsworth or Orrville divorce attorney in Medina County, please call Attorney Daniel F. Gigiano at 330-336-3330. Attorney Gigiano’s office is located at 102 Main St., Ste. 200, Wadsworth, Ohio 44281.