Certified Specialist In Family Relations Law
Tel: 440-653-9397
Fax: 440-815-2105



  • Divorce Resource: Lorain County Department of Job & Family Services
    • Website:http://www.lcdjfs.com/
    • Purpose:Provides current child support information, family crisis services, and financial assistance opportunities, medical and emotional resources.
  • Divorce Resource: Ohio Department of Job & Family Services
    • Website: http://jfs.ohio.gov/
    • Purpose:The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) is responsible for developing and supervising the state’s public assistance, workforce development, unemployment compensation, child and adult protective services, adoption, child care and child support programs.
  • Divorce Resource: Lorain County Domestic Relations Court
  • Divorce Resource: Cleveland Catholic Charities
    • Website: http://www.clevelandcatholiccharities.org/mfm/divorce.htm
    • Purpose:The road to healing, reconciliation, and rebuilding of your relationship can be a slow, painful one. If you are willing to begin that journey, the Church has many resources like pastoral counseling, Retrouvaille, and the Third Option program which can assist you.
  • Divorce Resource: How to find a Divorce Support Group


  • Divorce Guide: Written by Larry Rice, Attorney in Tennessee
    • Website: http://www.divorceguide.com/
    • Purpose:This guide describes many things; some will apply in your case and some will not. However, knowing those that apply will help you avoid some problems and deal better with others. It does not and cannot cover all of the issues, laws, or rules involved. Before acting on what you read, talk to a lawyer in your area first—that is why they are there.
  • Divorce Guide: Online resource that explains some topics of divorce and family law
    • Website: http://www.divorceguide.com/
    • Purpose:If you are one of the people who are planning to get a divorce but do not know where to start, this essential how-to divorce guide will give you all the information you need to finally set yourself free from your marriage and start a new and better life.


Courts interpret the statues in Ohio Revised Code for each unique case. While the decision is up to the courts, it may be helpful to view and understand the statues as they may or may not relate to your specific situation. Bring up any questions you have with your attorney.