Ohio Law Firm Announces Addition of Divorce Law Division

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Patituce and Associates, an Ohio law firm, has announced the addition of a divorce law specialization to its legal practice. The announcement was made by Joseph C. Patituce, owner and Managing Partner.

This is an area of law in which an attorney is both legal counsel and a personal counselor during a difficult time.

Patituce and Associates, an Ohio law firm, has announced the addition of a divorce law specialization to its legal practice. The announcement was made by Joseph C. Patituce, owner and Managing Partner.

“We felt that a client-centered law practice would serve Ohioans even better by adding representation when a marriage is irretrievably broken. This is an area of law in which an attorney is both legal counsel and a personal counselor during a difficult time. Our policy is to provide sensitivity and frequent communication, as well as clear explanations of options, when we accept the case of a person seeking a divorce, or who has been served with divorce papers,” said Patituce. “Our approach follows the model of concern and clear advice that a personal injury lawyer and any other attorney in our firm provides.”

Patituce added that some clients utilize the firm’s free initial consultation to determine if divorce is the best course of action. Others have been confused and frightened upon receipt of divorce papers.

Patituce said that the firm “has had a Family Law division for some time, and so it is a natural extension to create a separate focus on divorce. No one is expected to know all of the grounds for divorce that exist in the State of Ohio, for instance. That is our job, along with timely filing of court papers and step-by-step representation of the client’s case through the system.”

“We have perfected our client-centered approach in all of our practice, from a criminal defense lawyer, to DUI and identity theft representation. A client always speaks with an attorney when they contact us, which can be a special comfort in the circumstances surrounding the end of a marriage,” said Patituce.

Patituce pointed out that the firm’s website has been expanded to include client information on the process of divorce, Ohio law and how and why to establish representation.

“We wanted to make certain that our web presence was of value and not a sales job. In fact we strictly adhere to Ohio guidelines on how a law firm can present itself. Still, we want people to find information that is easy to locate when they come to our site. We believe we have accomplished that for anyone seeking a divorce attorney.”

For media information, contact Joseph Patituce at 216-288-0792

http://www.patitucelaw.com

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