Separating as an Unmarried Couple
Handling Complex Legal Matters for Unmarried Parties
The assistance of an experienced family law attorney can help explain the
often complicated process of separating for unmarried parties, helping
you and your family. If you need legal guidance for your unique situation,
or simply have questions regarding your specific case, do not hesitate
to speak with Richard L. Morris Co., L.P.A. We have a complete understanding
of the unique aspects of this type of legal matter.
Consultations are always confidential and risk-free. Call (614) 656-4252 today.
Explore Your Options with Richard L. Morris Co., L.P.A.
Couples who cohabitate must understand that should they separate, many
of the rights afforded to divorcing couples are not available to them.
We understand that no two cases are alike and provide you with customized
legal solutions that are completely tailored to suit your unique needs,
current interests, and future goals.
If two people are together (but not married) and have a child during their
relationship, I can assist with:
Fathers: Assisting with parenting time and shared parenting custody issues
Mothers: Assisting with child support issues and defending actions filed against
her by the dad
There are specific ways to address some of these issues, and our team is
ready to help. No matter what stage your case is in, we can listen to
your concerns, address your questions, and provide guidance to help you
move forward in the best manner possible.
If you are looking for legal counsel tailored to the needs of unmarried
couples, our firm can help! Call (614) 656-4252 for a
free and confidential case review.