Spousal Support Lawyer in Columbus

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Determining an appropriate amount of spousal support is a complicated task. Whether you’re a working spouse or a stay-at-home spouse, you deserve a fair alimony agreement. Residents in Columbus, OH trust the Law Office of Dmitriy Borshchak to settle spousal support matters. Let attorneys Borshchak, Korecky and Rancour help you keep your financial stability.

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Rony R.
Rony R.
3 months ago
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I highly recommend Dmitriy Borshchak to anyone going through a divorce. He helps navigate you through the process, gives you the information you need to make decisions, and keeps it moving. Thanks Dmitriy
Efrain T.
Efrain T.
6 months ago
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100% recommended, attorney Jonathan Pope is a great family lawyer and professional, he took my case and carefully listened and provided a thorough explanation about the process. After the case was submitted attorney Jonathan Pope kept me posted in every stage of the process and he made sure my child’s interest and mine were covered by efficiently reaching an agreement taht was beneficial for both parties.

What factors affect your alimony agreement?

Columbus, Ohio does not have predetermined alimony guidelines. That’s why it’s important to have an experienced divorce lawyer on your side. Some factors that might be considered while determine an alimony agreement include:

These are just some of the factors that could influence your financial state post-divorce. Law Office of Dmitriy Borshchak will represent your best interests.
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When an agreement is reached, the couples present the written settlement in court together with a petition to dissolve the marriage. The court will hold a hearing within 30 to 90 days after filing, where both parties must appear in court and testify that “you voluntarily entered into the separation agreement; are satisfied with its terms; made full disclosure of assets and liabilities; and, are seeking dissolution of the marriage.” The court must then approve the agreement.
Remember, if either party decides to contest one or more issues during the process, it is legally right in Ohio to apply and convert the dissolution to a divorce complaint. Similarly, if you filed for a divorce and later settled all issues, you can also apply to convert the divorce to a dissolution.
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