Protecting The Well-Being Of You And Your Children

As a parent, one of your main concerns during divorce is what will happen to your children. What kind of shared parenting agreement might you have going forward? At The Suriano Law Firm LLC, we help parents in Columbus and central Ohio fight for a strong and stable future for their children through a thoughtful, carefully drafted custody plan, as well as financially sound child support. Our lawyer has extensive experience in various types of child custody and support matters, and she can help you pursue an outcome that will work for your Ohio family for years to come.

We understand that you want to protect the best interests of your children after your marriage is over. Through a reasonable custody and child support order, you can provide continuity of lifestyle for your children and the financial support they need. Attorney Susan Suriano will help you understand how to pursue terms that are optimal for the well-being of your kids in the midst of an emotional time. She can also help you determine if spousal support would be appropriate in your situation.

Factors To Consider For Your Custody Order

There are many different types of custody plans, and the one that will work best for your family depends on your individual goals and the needs of your children. Often, parents find it beneficial to work together on an out-of-court agreement, crafting a plan that uniquely suits the specific needs of their kids. Whether it is in the courtroom or around the negotiating table, we can help you address the following factors:

  • Division of parenting time
  • Holiday visitation and summer vacations
  • Access to extended family members, such as grandparents
  • Decision-making authority for the kids
  • Education and special health concerns

Our experienced family law team can also address complex custody issues, such as changing a custody or support order, fathers' rights and paternity, and much more.

Contact Our Office For A Case Evaluation

We are happy to answer your custody questions and understand how Ohio law addresses child support. Contact our Columbus office here or at 614-532-9534 to schedule an initial evaluation of your case with our experienced attorney. We offer $100 initial evaluations of your case.