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Dayton Divorce Attorneys

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Despite a couple’s best efforts to make things work, some relationships must come to an end. If you and your spouse are considering parting ways and filing for divorce, you will want a skilled Dayton divorce attorney by your side. Whether you are separating amicably or contentiously, a lawyer can protect your rights and represent your best interests every step of the way. At Rion, Rion & Rion, we have extensive experience helping clients navigate the divorce process.

Contact us online or call (937) 223-9133 to request a consultation to discuss your situation. We serve clients throughout Montgomery, Greene, Warren, Clark, and Miami counties.

Property Division

The division of marital assets and debts is one of the most complicated and contentious issues in divorce. Typically, each spouse wants to maximize the amount of property he or she receives. To be sure that you are treated fairly, it is essential to work with an experienced Dayton property division lawyer. Careful research and aggressive negotiation are crucial when dividing assets fairly among parties.

At Rion, Rion & Rion, we understand the rules of Ohio community property and how they affect our clients during divorce. Whether your estate is large or small, we can provide you with the personal attention and aggressive advocacy that will be needed to reach a fair property settlement.

Civil Protection Orders

When dealing with the sensitivity of a divorce, sometimes a conflict gets out of hand. Conflict can lead a person to fear his or her personal safety or the safety of children involved. Other times, events may lead to false allegations of domestic violence. In either situation, the legal system may become involved if one party seeks out a restraining order against the other. A domestic violence restraining order is a legal way to protect people from abuse. Rion, Rion & Rion can help you seek or dispute a civil protection order.


The dissolution of a marriage is a way to end the relationship while eliminating much of the divorce process and expense. The parties are granted more control over the issues that are most important to them. Dissolutions offer a way to work out an agreement that most closely reflects their personal situation. Dissolutions can also help protect the privacy of the family involved. Our skilled divorce lawyers in Dayton have helped many couples dissolve their marriage effectively.


In a divorce, one spouse can become legally responsible for providing some amount of financial support – called alimony or spousal support – to the other for varying lengths of time.

Each case is determined based upon many factors, such as:

  • The individual financial status of the parties involved
  • The duration of the marriage
  • How property is being divided
  • Each spouse’s earning potential
  • Each spouse’s age and health

Spousal support can play a pivotal role in helping a financially disadvantaged spouse avoid the potential financial hardships of a divorce. Having an experienced lawyer is important in the financial strategizing and negotiating of alimony. At Rion, Rion & Rion, we understand how important the issue of spousal support is when you are considering a divorce.

To get started on your case, please call us at (937) 223-9133 to schedule an initial consultation.

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