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Columbus Ohio Dissolution

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Brian S. Piper CO., LPA

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Dissolution

The break down of a family can be a heartbreaking event. It can be not only life-altering, but also emotional and stressful. Fortunately, the legal component of the termination of a marriage does not need to be an additional source of conflict. A dissolution allows the parties to terminate their marriage without pointing the finger of fault or getting embroiled in the why of the breakup. Instead it allows the parties to simply agree on the division of the rights and responsibilities between them. This reduces the rancor that can poison this process and saves on costs and expenses. We can assist by making certain that all the necessary elements are identified and included, the proper procedures are followed, and all the loose ends are dealt with.

Brian S. Piper, Co., LPA will take you step by step through the dissolution process. His competent and experienced staff will take care of every aspect for you, so that all you need to do is focus on how to move forward from here. Let us take care of the details and make certain you receive a fair resolution at the end of your marriage.