Full-service Divorce Law Firm in Columbus, Ohio
The termination of your marriage is an emotional and stressful event. Sometimes litigation is necessary to resolve your family’s disputes. Having a strong litigator by your side can alleviate the uncertainty and stress of the arduous litigation process and can help you obtain a more favorable trial outcome. By employing tactical trial strategies and maintaining a dynamic courtroom presence at all times, the skilled litigators at Suzanne K. Sabol Law Office have successfully represented clients throughout the adversarial litigation process for 30 years.
Our lawyers consider your individual needs to help you obtain the best possible results:
Our attorneys stand by you throughout your divorce. We obtain the best possible results in court or at the negotiation table, and have extensive experience handling issues such as the fair distribution of assets, the division of a marital home, and child custody rights.
Getting divorced is difficult, but it should not lead to a financial crisis. Our attorneys can help you establish fair and equitable spousal support, allowing you to continue to live as comfortably as before your marriage ended. Do not let your soon-to-be former spouse dictate a”fair” distribution, you are probably entitled to more than you think!
Spousal Support Modification
Spousal support payments remain the same unless and until the court modifies the support order. If one of the parties experiences a significant change in circumstances, we can guide you through the proper legal procedures to modify the spousal support payments accordingly.
Mediation puts the decisions in your hands and often provides more expedient, predictable results than court trials produce. The skilled negotiators at Suzanne K. Sabol Law Office can help you obtain a favorable divorce settlement.
When you marry your beloved, you may not foresee the potential problems that can lead to divorce. The lawyers at Suzanne K. Sabol Law Office expect the unexpected and draft premarital agreements that protect both spouses’ interests. No one who ever gets married plans on getting divorced. Sadly, however, many will end up traveling down this undesirable path. Having an agreement in place can alleviate some of the stress should the unfortunate predicament of divorce ever rear its ugly head.