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.

Photo of Jason Bogniard Jason Bogniard MBA, ASA, AVA, EA

Jason is a principal in the business valuation and litigation consulting group at Apple Growth Partners (AGP). As an Accredited Senior Appraiser, Jason has been responsible for the development of nearly 1,000 business valuation engagements for interests in closely held companies covering a variety of industries. He has performed valuations and other financial analyses for a number of purposes including litigation support services involving domestic relations, shareholder dispute and asset tracing.…

Photo of Sharon Comet-Epstein Sharon Comet-Epstein Attorney, Mediator

Sharon Comet-Epstein, JD, PhD, Mediator, Collaborative Attorney, and Parenting Coordinator
Eton Tower 28601 Chagrin Blvd. Suite 240 Woodmere, Ohio 44122 Phone: 216.464.1610 Cell: 216.408.1528

Attorney Sharon Comet-Epstein is a Past President of the Center for Principled Family Advocacy overseeing professional development and the practice groups in Mediation, Collaborative Practice, and Cooperative Practice.

As an experienced mediator and collaborative attorney, Sharon helps people facing divorce, post-divorce, or other family law matters who want to avoid the expense, hostilities and risks of litigation to reach agreements that are best for them and their children.…

Photo of Ami Zukowsky Ami Zukowsky Attorney

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.