Cincinnati Divorce Attorney
You need to be educated on divorce. This website is dedicated to giving you knowledge about divorce, child support, child custody, spousal support, and other aspects of family law. Legal cases are foreign to most people. You may not know what questions to ask so you can make good, informed decisions. You need knowledge to evaluate your options and assist in your case.
Do you know the “Five Critical Questions” to ask when retaining an attorney? Click on the left navigation pane to learn them. By clicking on “Reports”, you are able to review informative materials on the important aspects of marriage, divorce and child issues.
You deserve personal attention for your unique situation. We are committed professionals who work as a team to provide you with the support you need. Click on “Attorney Profile” to see our attorneys and staff.
This is an emotional time for you, and you need experienced assistance in making legal decisions that will affect you and your children’s future. We listen to what you want and craft a solution to meet your needs.
After the divorce is complete, you should review your estate documents, as your wishes may no longer be the same. Further down the road, as your children emancipate, you or your former spouse change jobs or retire, or you or your former spouse remarry, you may need to revisit the orders from your divorce. You may find another love and wish to remarry or choose to enter into a more non-traditional relationship. Either way, you need to protect your assets for yourself and your children. We can help you do this.
Life is filled with uncertainties, and sometimes issues both in and outside divorce arise involving criminal issues. We have experience in these matters.
As you can see, divorce is an ending, but also a beginning. Our motto is “We help people rebuild their lives.” We’d like to help you do that. Call or email us for your free telephone consultation or to schedule a case audit.
The law office of Cathy R. Cook represents clients throughout
Southwestern Ohio, including those in Hamilton, Cincinnati, Hamilton
County, Butler County, Clermont County, and Warren County.