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Barbara BelovichAttorney Kronenberg + Belovich Law
Barbara is proud to represent people from all walks of life who find themselves enmeshed in a legal crisis, whether major or minor.
Good natured, well versed, and approachable, Barbara can bring closure to complex legal problems caused in the workplace. Discrimination takes various forms and Barbara has represented hundreds of individuals in state and federal courts and agencies in claims of sex and pay discrimination, age and disability discrimination, national origin or religious discrimination. Barbara’s practice also addresses family law matters, including divorce, dissolution, custody and support. Barbara is trained in collaborative law, an alternative to traditional litigation.
Barbara is past president of the Cleveland Employment Lawyers Association. Barbara is also a member of the Cuyahoga Metropolitan Bar Association, the Ohio Womens’ Bar Association, and the Center for Principled Family Advocacy. She is a bencher in the Cleveland Employement Inn of Court. Barbara serves as a Guardian ad Litem for children and an attorney mentor for the Ohio Supreme Court Mentoring Program. She is a graduate of Kenyon College and Cleveland Marshall College of Law.
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.