Problems within the family are likely the most personal and emotional matters you will ever have to deal with. Thankfully, you don't have to deal with them on your own.
I am Daniel W. Gehr, Attorney at Law, and I understand that your case is the most important thing in your life. You can rely on me to work closely with you, diligently helping to protect your parental rights, your fair share of marital property and more. I will walk by your side, guiding you through every step of the process with understanding and respect.
From my office in Fairfield, I can represent you anywhere in Butler County and throughout the surrounding areas of Ohio.
Resolving A Wide Array Of Concerns
In practice since 1998, I have extensive experience in a broad spectrum of domestic relations cases. I am well-equipped to represent your interests in the following legal matters, among others:
- Contested and uncontested divorce or dissolution
- Legal separation
- Property division
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support and alimony
- Paternity determinations
- Adoptions or guardianships
- Premarital agreements
- Orders of protection for domestic violence
Protecting Your Rights As A Mother Or Father
If you are seeking custody of your child or trying to protect your own custody rights, I can help. The dispute may involve the child's other parent, or it may involve some other relative. Either way, you can rest assured that I will be your vigorous advocate.
If you have become involved with Children's Services in Ohio, I can also work diligently to protect your parental rights and bring your children home where they belong.
As your lawyer, I can also assist you in creating new parental rights, establishing paternity or adopting a child. If you have been wrongfully named in a paternity action and requested to pay child support, let me deal with the situation for you.
Contact Me Today For A Consultation
Schedule a discounted initial consultation by calling my office at 513-645-6708 or by contacting me online. I return all calls and emails promptly.