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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.

Marshallville Divorce Attorney Practices In Wayne County Courts


Where one or both parents are Marshallville residents, a divorce would usually be filed in the Wayne County Domestic Relations Court, starting with a complaint, affidavits, and requests for temporary orders.  The magistrate may decide temporary orders on an ex-parte basis or may set the matter for a quick hearing to review such issues.  The attorneys attend a number of pre-trial hearings to discuss the issues with the court, consisting of a Status One Conference, Status Two Conference and Pre-Trial.  If the matter cannot be settled, the case proceeds to a final hearing before the magistrate.  One of the two general division judges review the magistrate’s decision.

A dissolution is where the court approves a signed agreement filed with the court.  For Marshallville residents, a dissolution may be filed in any county in Ohio.  However, the parties may prefer to file the dissolution in Wayne County Domestic Relations Court, just in case they may need to file post-decree motions to revisit issues in the case in the future.  Filing in a different county could create difficulties for witnesses if the parents need to have a post-decree issue decided by the court.

Unmarried parents with children can have their child custody issues resolved in a paternity action before the Wayne County Juvenile Court.  Wayne County Juvenile Court continues to hear such cases, while many other local counties have moved such cases to domestic relations court.  The juvenile court also hears legal custody motions filed by interested parties other than the child’s parents.

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Call Now To Learn How Marshallville Divorce Attorney Can Help You 


Attorney Gigiano is a Marshallville divorce lawyer in Medina County, as well as a Wooster child custody lawyer in Medina County.  If you have questions about this or other questions you need answered by an Orrville divorce attorney in Wadsworth, 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.