Springboro Ohio Divorce Attorney
Barbara A. Lahmann cares about getting the best result for her clients
With law offices in Springboro, Ohio and Dayton, Barbara Lahmann represents clients in Family Law and Divorce matters throughout Warren, Butler, Montgomery, Greene, Preble, Clermont and Clinton counties. Barbara offers a full range of family law services, including divorce, dissolution, separation, child custody and modifications, child support, adoptions, alimony and other financial and property division issues. Although her primary areas of focus are divorce and family law, Barbara is also experienced in criminal defense matters, including OVI/DUI, drug crimes and juvenile law. She also assists clients with wills, powers of attorney, deeds and other estate planning documents.
Comprehensive family law servicesBarbara practices across the spectrum of family law and divorce issues and has extensive experience handling matters involving:
* Child Custody
* Child Support
* Shared Parenting
* Prenuptial Agreements
Understanding your concerns during difficult times
Barbara Lahmann understands that many of her clients are facing extremely emotional and trying times and strives to be sensitive to these issues while providing the the most effective legal services possible. When you face the life-changing decisions that come with a divorce or other personal crisis, it is critical to have the support of an attorney who takes the time to understand your concerns and present the best course for your situation. Barbara provides each client with individualized attention, offering creative solutions that provide a successful, cost-effective resolution. Whether your case calls for negotiation and compromise, or assertive representation in the courtroom, Barbara is always thoroughly prepared to protect the best interests of her client.
For experienced representation from an attorney who truly cares about the outcome of your case, contact Barbara A. Lahmann.
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Barbara, I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate all of your hard work and straightforward advice. You helped me stay focused on the light at the end of the tunnel - moving on with my life! I have - and I thank you for helping make that happen. After talking with a number of other people I was feeling very confused and you helped put everything in perspective - I'm lucky to have found … [Read More...]
Wage withholding is a method of paying child support by having the obligation taken directly out of the parent's pay by the employer. Some parents voluntarily agree to wage withholding; others have it imposed upon them by a court. Mandatory Withholding Wage and income withholding is an … [Read More...]