Independence OH Divorce Law for Men
Cordell & Cordell is the largest domestic litigation firm that focuses on men’s divorce. Our attorneys in Cincinnati have a deep understanding of the battle you’ll face as a man in family court. We’ve built our practice on helping men keep their rights when they are involved in a divorce, including maximizing their role in their children’s lives. We also focus on preserving you and your children’s financial interests.
Our aim is to help men succeed in family court. We’ll do our best to educate you about the divorce proceedings so that you’re prepared for court. We’ll be a partner men can count on when they need a:
- Child custody lawyer
- Child support lawyer
- Family law attorney
At Cordell & Cordell, our Independence divorce lawyer wants to assist you in weathering your divorce with as little conflict and cost as possible. We understand that a father’s rights are very important and that a divorce brings out strong emotions in each party. This is why we’ll work hard to support you throughout the process. Call today to set up an appointment.
Independence OH Client Testimonials
“Rob has done a good job of trying to keep my eye on the objectives from my case. and not get bogged down in the trivial items or things that won’t benefit my case. Being frank and to the point about aspects of my case has always been appreciated. I am glad he can be upfront and let you know where you stand on situations regardless if it is good/bad news. Honesty is great quality.”
“Robert was a great listener and showed compassion during a difficult time and provided answers and options for all questions. He is very thorough and approachable.”
“Fantastic; we could not have gotten better results. It was the best legal decision we made. It was so nice dealing with competent, polite, professional, caring individuals. … [My team] seemed to be in control of the proceedings. If they lacked knowledge they knew how to seek help. Ms. Soeder worked with my son’s criminal attorney to help him out if he gets to go back to court for joint custody. We are very pleased.”