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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.

Wooster Divorce Attorney Drafts Your Dissolution Paperwork 


A dissolution is where the court approves a signed agreement filed with the court.  For Wooster 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 litigate issues in the case in the future.

Wooster Divorce Attorney Fights For Clients In Juvenile Court 


Unmarried parents can have their child custody issues resolved in a paternity action before the Wayne County Juvenile Court.  While many other local counties have moved such cases to domestic relations court, Wayne County’s juvenile court continues to hear such cases.

Wooster Divorce Attorney Fights For Clients In Medina County and Summit County Courts 


To learn about other nearby divorce and juvenile courts, click on any of the following links: Medina divorce attorney; Barberton divorce attorney. To read more on family law, click on any of the following links to my other articles related to family law: What does the IRS consider to be spousal support; What is separate property in divorce; Minimum amount of child support; Parental rights; Property division in divorce; Military issues in divorce and child custody; Property division for unmarried couples; Custody rights of an unmarried mother. My hard work has resulted in successful results for many of my clients, including the results shown in the case highlights section. This success is reflected in the following links to my reviews and work: Daniel Gigiano reviews; Daniel Gigiano ratings; Daniel Gigiano work; Daniel Gigiano.

Call Now To Get A Wooster Divorce Attorney On Your Side


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