Confidence And Clarity Through Cuyahoga County Family Law Disputes
Family legal matters are vitally important and also potentially very delicate. Jonathan N. Garver, Attorney at Law, in Cleveland, Ohio, has assisted clients with important family law matters for decades.
The firm’s founding attorney, Jonathan N. Garver, is a former assistant prosecuting attorney for Cuyahoga County with more than 40 years of experience in resolving legal issues on behalf of clients in the Cleveland area. He leverages his years of experience in the courtroom and at the negotiating table to obtain favorable results at trial and in negotiations.
Whether you need to save money in an uncontested divorce, obtain child custody rights and parenting time, divide complicated assets and debts, or resolve another family issue, Mr. Garver can help you obtain the outcome that is best for you and your children.
Cleveland Attorney For Divorce, Child Custody And Asset Division Issues
Situations in which Jonathan N. Garver, Attorney at Law, assists clients include:
- Divorce (uncontested or contested); dissolution of marriage
- Disputes between unmarried parents
- Division of assets and liabilities
- Division of pension and retirement plans
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Post-decree modifications of orders for custody, support and visitation (including relocation)
- Enforcement of court orders
Amicable Negotiation When Possible, Aggressive Litigation When Necessary
Jonathan N. Garver is a highly experienced Cuyahoga County family law attorney who tenaciously pursues his clients’ objectives through litigation and effectively defends those clients from aggressive attorneys working for the opposition.
He also understands that the best results are usually the result of carefully considered settlements. Such settlements can provide more lasting benefits to families at a much lesser personal and financial cost than contentious litigation.
As a result, attorney Garver approaches family law cases with a view toward achieving a fair and just settlement without draining his clients’ pocketbooks by pursuing unproductive litigation. Instead, he works to put his clients in better positions than when he found them.