Cleveland Child Custody Lawyer

Law Office of Lisa Kraemer: Cleveland Child Custody Lawyer

Compassionate and Understanding in All Family Situations

Caring and compassion are the cornerstones of the Law Office of Lisa Kraemer. You can trust in the experience, skill and personal service of family law attorney Lisa Kraemer when you are facing a divorce and child custody dispute.

Call (216) 502-3920 or contact the firm by e-mail

With more than 35 years of law experience in Cleveland and northeast Ohio, attorney Lisa Kraemer has helped families with simple and complex child custody and child support negotiations and mediation. She understands that your legal and personal concerns in your divorce are unique. The Law Office of Lisa Kraemer can offer you the kind of personal attention and skill that you and your family deserve now to help you secure a bright future.

Advocate for the Best Interests of You and Your Children

Ohio courts utilize shared parenting plans to allocate parental rights and responsibilities in a divorce, dissolution, or legal separation. The terms of these agreements are affected by a number of factors and can vary depending on how you and your lawyer present these factors, both after marriage and later in a child custody modification or child support modification motion. The attorney you choose now can have a lasting effect on your life and the lives of your children.

Lisa Kraemer’s significant family law experience allows her to employ creative strategies and negotiate for you and your children from a position of authority. She knows the law and knows the people who practice it. Lisa Kraemer will fight for and defend your rights and your children’s best interests regarding custody, visitation and parenting plans – during negotiation, in mediation, or at trial if needed. She understands that child custody is a sensitive area of the law, and she wants you to feel confident that her skill and determination will work for your family’s best interests.

Representing Your Interests in Paternity Proceedings

A greater number of couples are choosing to have children without marrying. With today’s DNA technology, establishing paternity has become as easy as a simple medical procedure. For the legal purposes of obtaining child support, applying for custody, or enforcing visitation rights, paternity (parentage) must be legally established. In 2006, new legislation in Ohio allows people wanting to pursue legal remedies to bypass the Child Support Enforcement Agency and file with the juvenile court. Whether you are seeking to establish paternity to obtain visitation or custody rights or to receive child support payments, Lisa Kraemer is available to represent your interests in a paternity action.

If you have a question about custody, visitation, child paternity or other juvenile law matters, family law and custody lawyer Lisa Kraemer can help prepare your family for the future. Call the Law Office of Lisa Kraemer at (216)502-3920 or contact the firm by e-mail.