Meet our highly qualified attorneys, financial and mental health professionals, judges and court personnel – all dedicated to families involved in Ohio divorces. These professionals can help you before, during and after your divorce is final. They can even help with issues like child support, spousal support or custody issues that arise after the divorce. From the FIND A PROFESSIONAL page, click on a photo to see more information about each. You can also click on the Select Category box to narrow your search for a specialty. Want to find someone close to you? Enter a zip code or city or even a phone area code in the Search box and then press the magnifying glass.
John HeutscheAttorney John V. Heutsche Co., LPA
I have actively practiced as a lawyer in the Cleveland, Ohio, area for more than four decades, including more than 43 years focused on family law. I welcome the opportunity to serve you and your family.
I represent clients from all cultural, social and professional backgrounds in matters that involve divorce, child custody, child support, spousal support and other family law issues. In every situation, I work to help my clients find the most effective way to solve their problems without unnecessary conflict and expense.
I was admitted to the Ohio bar in 1973 and admitted to practice in the Northeast District of the federal court in 1974. I have been active in the legal community since then, presenting in seminars for other lawyers, training guardians ad Litem in court, serving as a trustee for the Center for Principled Family Advocacy, and involved in other leadership roles. I am an experienced trial lawyer. I also practice in the appellate courts throughout the state.
I have extensive experience in complex financial matters, high income cases and business valuations as well as dealing with both private and governmental retirement plans .
Cleveland State University, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Cleveland, OhioDoctor of Jurisprudence – 1973
John Carroll University, University Heights, OhioB.A., Bachelor of Arts – 1969
U.S. Federal Courts, 1974
U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio,1974
These professionals can help you and your spouse choose a guided, proven and court-approved method for ending your marriage and settling parenting issues. Aside from lowering costs, a non-litigation approach is more likely to produce a more livable future for you and your separated family.