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Providing An Alternative To The Traditional Divorce Process

When married couples decide that it is time to end their marriage, they most often think of the divorce process. This process is often contentious and the outcome is most often determined by a judge. However, when you feel you and your spouse can work together to reach an agreement without court intervention, then the dissolution process may work best for you.

At Rittgers & Rittgers, our skilled dissolution of marriage lawyers provide our clients with another option. We have spent years representing clients in both processes, and will fully evaluate your situation to determine which route will work better for you. You can rest assured that we will be fully committed to finding the right solution for you and your family.

Key Highlights Of The Dissolution Of Marriage Process

While there are numerous benefits to dissolving your marriage, we feel the following best capture the heart of the dissolution process:

  • You are represented by your own family law attorney.
  • You have more control over the decision-making process.
  • You help to create a settlement agreement that fits your needs.

It is also true that the dissolution of marriage process is often less expensive and less stressful than the traditional divorce process. However, should you and your spouse fail to come to an agreement on certain terms, including child custody or spousal support, the process can take longer.

If at any time you feel the dissolution process is not working for you, you can choose to transfer from this process to the divorce process.

Contact Our Hamilton Uncontested Divorce Attorney For More Information

If you would like to learn more about the dissolution process and how our firm can be of service, please call us at 513-932-2115 or submit an online contact form. We are available to assist clients in Mason, Butler, Oxford, Lebanon, Cincinnati and throughout Ohio.

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