Cleveland Divorce Attorney

At the Law Office of Lisa Kraemer, the mission is to serve families in all their legal matters in the Cleveland metro and northeast Ohio areas. To family law attorney Lisa Kraemer, no family law matter is too burdensome, too small, or too complicated. All of her family law clients receive the same high level of personal care and attention.

Lisa Kraemer is a skilled, experienced and respected lawyer in many different aspects of family law. Call (216) 502-3920 or contact the firm by e-mail to speak to her about your specific issue and learn how she can assist you.

Divorce and Family Law Issues

Divorce: Getting a divorce may seem overwhelming and highly emotional, but attorney Lisa Kraemer’s experience and caring attitude can make it manageable. She works hard to negotiate fair and appropriate arrangements for child custody, child support, spousal support or alimony, and property division. If issues in your divorce cannot be resolved through negotiation or mediation, attorney Kraemer will skillfully represent your interests in family court.

Modifications: Any of the above issues may require modification if a “substantial change in circumstances” has occurred.

Mediation: Mediation may be a viable option for resolving tough family law disputes, such as custody and visitation in a divorce case, and also for other areas of law. Lisa Kraemer is an experienced certified mediator who has been able to achieve settlement rates as high as 95 percent in family law mediation.

Juvenile Law: As a guardian ad litem, attorney Lisa Kraemer protects the rights and defends the best interests of children in custody, and handles visitation battles in juvenile court. She also defends minors who are accused of misdemeanors or other crimes. Her aim is to compassionately and skillfully protect children’s rights and best interests during juvenile court cases.

Paternity Actions: As a family law attorney with over 35 years of experience, Lisa Kraemer can represent your interests in a paternity action. When a child’s parents are unmarried, the father-child relationship can be legally established through a paternity (or parentage) proceeding. In connection with a paternity action, the parents’ custody and visitation rights and child support obligations can be resolved through negotiation, mediation, or litigation.

Contact Akron child custody lawyer Lisa Kraemer online or call the firm at (216) 502-3920 to discuss your family law issue with an experienced, caring lawyer.