Dissolution Lawyer in Columbus
Facing the end of a marriage can be a harrowing and daunting prospect. That is why it is imperative to have a knowledgeable and qualified attorney, like the attorneys at the Law Office of Dmitriy Borshchak, to assist you with this process and help you achieve the result that you seek.
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In Ohio, there are two options for legally terminating your marriage, besides annulment:
Under Ohio law, dissolution is essentially a no-fault separation where both you and your spouse file a petition for dissolution, as well as a separation agreement where you tell the court your plan for separation and your plan for the division of all marital and separate assets. The court will either approve or deny the plan and then you can move on with your life.
Dissolution is less expensive than a standard divorce and it is awarded on a no-fault basis. While Ohio law does permit some forms of no-fault divorce, such as incompatibility, there are strict requirements involved. However, with dissolution, both parties must be willing to agree and come to some resolution of terms.