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Ohio Dissolution - Montgomery & Greene

Dissolution Attorneys Serving the Dayton Ohio Area

Dissolution is a more cooperative and private approach to legally ending a marriage. In dissolution, both spouses must agree to all parts of the contract. It has the advantage of being less costly, both financially and, often, emotionally, since the spouses work together in the process and fault does not have to be found. It can often be completed in about 90 days.


At Mesaros Family Law, we have been working on Dissolution cases in Ohio for many years. We have some of the best Dissolution attorneys in the area - Distinguished Domestic Relations Attorney Award by the Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court - and we will utilize our arsenal of legal knowledge and experience to help you through this difficult time in your life.



Our Dissolution Services

With over 35 years of experience, we have a familiarity with Ohio's, Montgomery County, and Greene County Dissolution procedures. If you have made the decision to dissolve your marriage it is in your best interests to understand your legal rights in the process. Some things you will want to discuss with your divorce attorney include:



Child Support


Property Division


"No-Fault" Divorce

“No Fault” divorce is a common name for a Dissolution in Ohio. In the dissolution procedures, the spouses have to reach agreement on all of these issues. The dissolution procedure provides the same legal effect as a divorce and in the end the marital relationship is terminated. But, it usually avoids conflict and confrontation, is usually much quicker, is usually significantly less expensive, and the parties can be relatively sure of the ultimate outcome.


Once the judge approves, a judgment of dissolution will be entered that incorporates the terms of the separation agreement, thus making the separation agreement an order of the court. At that point the court will enter a judgment terminating the marriage.


Do You Still Need A Lawyer?

In the dissolution procedures thing can change very quickly. While couples may agree on most things in a dissolution the spouses have to reach agreement on ALL of the issues. Having Mesaro Family Law there to help you from beginning to the end  we will guide you through the process of the Dissolution. But, if the need arises and either party can not agree then we can help with that too.


Military Dissolution

Various issues make military Dissolution distinct from traditional Dissolution. For example, property division can become complex when military pensions are involved, and custody can be difficult to determine if one spouse is currently stationed out of state or overseas. If you or your spouse is in the United States military, contact Mesaro Family Law. We have Dissolution specialists on our side who have the experience and knowledge of both military and family statutes. Learn more about Military Divorce here.


Same-Sex Dissolution & LGBT Family Law

Legalizing same-sex marriage also introduced same-sex Dissolution in Ohio. Our firm is equipped to handle the sensitive and unique issues facing LGBT couples in our state.


Contact Mesaro Law offices in Dayton, Ohio


If you are seeking a Dissolution in the Dayton area or have been served divorce papers, Mesaro Law office is here for you. The attorneys at our law firm are compassionate and understanding while simultaneously unrelenting and effective. We seek the best resolution for our clients and always try to arrive at that resolution as amicably as possible. Contact a Dayton divorce lawyer at our law firm today to discuss your divorce.


Distinguished Domestic Relations Attorney Award by the Montgomery County Domestic Relations Court

Over 35 years representing all sides of Family Law.

Empathetic, experienced, passionate—and experienced in Family Law.


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