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Family Lawyers in Ohio

Get Help Finding a Ohio Child Custody Lawyer

Here are some tips to help you start your search for a good family lawyer.
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Updated: 2020-08-06 by

If you want to find a good child custody lawyer, consider starting with these sources:

  • Family and friends. Ask people you know and trust whether they have hired a family lawyer in the past -- or if they know someone else who has. If you hear a name once, that could be a starting point. If you hear the same name many times, put that person on your list of lawyers to call.
  • Other lawyers. If you know and respect a lawyer who works in another of the law -- for example a business or estate planning lawyer -- ask if they know a good family law attorney (or whether they’re willing to ask around on your behalf).
  • Counselors or therapists. If you’re seeing a counselor or therapist -- especially a marriage counselor -- ask for lawyer recommendations.
  • Professional associations. If you don't get any good personal referrals, turn to professional associations for family lawyers. Many good family lawyers belong to the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). You can also contact the Ohio State Bar Association for family lawyer referrals.

More Information for Ohio Residents

To learn more, including:

  • how to find free or low-cost legal assistance, and
  • interview questions to ask a professional before you turn over your case

see How to Find a Child Custody Lawyer in Ohio.

 

 
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