Perrysburg Office | 419.874.3536

353 Elm Street A, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551

Liberty Center Office | 419.533.3320

111 East Street Liberty Center, Ohio 43532

Leatherman & Witzler Attorneys At Law

Family Law

If you find yourself in a difficult marriage that could ultimately lead to separation and divorce, talk to experience divorce attorney Todd Noll to discuss your circumstances and review your options. Todd offers an initial office consultation for a flat fee of $100. He will provide you with the information necessary to make an informed and intelligent decision about how best to proceed. He will guide you through the process and the most prudent steps to take to protect your interests, locating and dividing assets, and protecting the interests of your children. Our services include:

  • Separation
  • Divorce; negotiations/settlement and trial
  • Dissolution
  • Custody, parenting plan and modifications
  • Visitation and time-sharing plan
  • Child support award and modification
  • Alimony/spousal support and modification
  • Property division and settlement
  • Domestic violence injunctions
  • Family law litigation

If you are accused of domestic violence, we will help you protect your legal rights and mount a vigorous defense on your behalf. Leatherman & Witzler has been helping families manage through personal life changes and strife for over 50 years. We have a reputation of being thorough, aggressive when appropriate, considerate of all parties and skillful negotiators who get results.

Divorce / Dissolution / Custody
  • A divorce is generally where the parties do not agree and a complaint is filed by one party to the marriage. A divorce may be contested or uncontested.
  • A dissolution of marriage is where the parties reach an agreement before anything is filed with a court, and file together. A dissolution, by nature, is uncontested.
  • Custody is charge and control of a person. This typically refers to custody of a child or disabled person.
  • In all of these situations, an attorney can be helpful in navigating the legal process through what can be an emotional and difficult time.

Child Support / Guardian Ad Litem
  • Child support refers to court-ordered payments to support a child or children.
  • A guardian ad litem is a guardian appointed by a court to protect the interests of a minor or incompetent in a legal manner.