A professional and caring family lawyer with affordable legal solutions
Divorce, Dissolution, Custody and Family Lawyer in Ashtabula Ohio
Family Law and Divorce Lawyer, Jane Hawn-Jackson handles Domestic Relations cases involving:
Juvenile Law, Divorce, Dissolutions, Legal Separations, Custody, Motions to Modify Custody and Motions to Relocate with children.
A Family Law and divorce attorney with 30 years experience in Ashtabula, Ohio.
Please call 440-964-5455 to schedule a consultation.
A skillful and caring Divorce Lawyer and Family Law Attorney with affordable solutions handling Juvenile Law, Divorce, Dissolution, and Child Custody cases in Ashtabula, Ohio.
At the Law Office of Jane Hawn-Jackson, we recognize the emotional pain and upheaval that occurs to families during stressful times of legal conflict such as divorce, dissolutions and separations, and we work to minimize any additional problems when providing professional support to improve the quality of your life as quickly as possible.
We pride ourselves on being available when needed and answering client questions in a timely manner. We take the time necessary to carefully explain all of your alternatives and rights in each situation so you can make the most informed as well as economically effective and practical decision.
If you have any questions about juvenile law, divorce, dissolution, legal separation, child custody or any of the issues of law listed below, please contact family law and divorce attorney Jane Hawn-Jackson at 440-964-5455.
Abused Child • Allocation of parental rights and responsibilities
Ashtabula County Children Services Board
Ashtabula County Standard Parenting Order
Child support • Complaint for paternity • Custody hearings
Dependent child • Dissolution • Divorce Lawyer • Family Law
Foster parents • Grandparent rights • Guardian ad litem
Juvenile Law • Legal custody/legal custodian
Motion to Modify Custody • Motion to Relocate
Neglected child • Primary residential parent
Separation agreement • Shared parenting plan
Sole residential parent and legal custodian
Truancy Cases • Unruly child