An 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.
Orrville Divorce Attorney Drafts Dissolution Paperwork
A dissolution starts off with a signed agreement. For Orrville residents, a dissolution may be filed in any county in Ohio, but is likely more convenient to file in Wayne County Domestic Relations Court, especially if they may need to return to the court for modification of orders, such as child support and parenting time.
Orrville Divorce Attorney Represents Clients In Wayne County Juvenile Court
If the parents are unmarried, they can have their child custody issues resolved in a paternity action before the Wayne County Juvenile Court. These cases start with an initial hearing, often have temporary orders, usually followed by a pretrial, and then a final evidentiary hearing. While many other counties have moved such cases to domestic relations court, Wayne County residents will still have these cases heard in juvenile court.
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Orrville Divorce Attorney Can Help You
Attorney Gigiano is an experienced Orrville divorce attorney in Wayne County. If you have questions about this or other questions you need answered by an experienced Wayne County divorce lawyer for Orrville residents, 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.