These are the words that may describe your feelings if you are thinking about a divorce in Ohio. And these words may have been present inside of you for a very long time. You are afraid to talk about it, but can't stop thinking about it. You have talked to your closest friend and maybe a family member but, whoa, I am not sure what they are really saying. One person says one thing, another person says another. You always believed "it" would never happen to you. It didn't happen to your parents so why is it happening to me. In fact, your parents may not believe in divorce. What went wrong? How can I protect my kids? How can I move forward? What will my future look like? What are my options? What are MY rights? Do I have to move out? How will the bills get paid? I don't even know how much money my spouse makes? How will I found out? Am I doing the right thing? What is fair?
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There is good news. I can help you. In fact, I know I can help you. I have made this web site to help people just like you. I have learned that people's mindset can be in various places when talking about divorce. It kind of goes like this:
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But what I have learned is that no matter where you are mentally in the divorce process, the big thing to do first is get information. Get educated. Learn about the divorce process. This stuff is not easy. It is tricky. I had two degrees before I went to law school. Three degrees and a license to practice law when I got out of law school. And went I started on my first divorce case-I was absolutely dumbfounded. I knew nothing.
But first, I have to have your questions and understand your story. So email me your questions by filling out the contact form here
Depending on where you are on this timeline-will result in the type of education you will need and the type of counsel you should get. If you are thinking about divorce. Talk to someone. Read a book about divorce in Ohio. Visit with a counselor. Talk to your spouse. If you need to file for a divorce, -don't hestitate, pickup the phone and call me at 740 369-7567 and set an appointment. If you have been sued for divorce, then even greater urgency exists. In fact if your spouse is seeking temporary orders, then you need to dial the phone number now and tell the call center that you have been sued for divorce and you need to speak with Jack right away. Why? Because in Ohio, the court can make a temporary order on issues like custody, child support, visitation, and or expense allocation after 14 days. Yes. 14 days. That means that you could receive an order from the court stating that your spouse has custody, that you have to pay child support, spousal support, and the attorney fees for your spouse. Whew. If that doesn't get you motivated to pick up the phone and call me, I don't know what will.
No matter where you are in the process, I know I can help. What I have learned is that the big thing to do first is get information-read, talk, discuss. Get educated-read a book. Attend a seminar. Learn about the divorce process. This stuff is not easy. It is tricky. I had two degrees before I went to law school. And, three degrees and a license to practice law when I got out of law school. And went I started on my first divorce case-I was absolutely dumbfounded. I knew nothing. I didn't really know about the "PRACTICAL"
Jack's Law Office is a place for all who have considered divorce, have questions about divorce, or are currently going through a divorce. Contact Jack's Law Office if you are going through a divorce in Central Ohio, including the cities of Columbus, Dublin, Delaware, Westerville, Powell, New Albany and Granville Ohio.