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. Want to view this listing alphabetically? Click here.

Photo of John Sayre John Sayre Attorney

John graduated from DePauw University in 1972 (B.A. cum laude), from Indiana University in 1974 (M.A.), and from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 1977 J.D.). John is a member of the American Bar Association (Litigation Section), the Ohio State Bar Association (Litigation Section), and the Cleveland Bar Association (Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Sections), and is licensed to practice in all Ohio State and Federal courts.…

Photo of Joy Savren Joy Savren Attorney, Mediator

oy B. Savren, Family Law Attorney, Mediator, and Collaborative Attorney, is dedicated to assisting clients facing divorce or dissolution, post-divorce or other family law matters through the use of negotiation, communication, mediation and agreement toward a resolution that best benefits all involved and avoids costly litigation.In private practice since 1982, with a large portion of her practice in Family Law, she has extensive experience in divorce, dissolution of marriage, child custody issues, shared parenting agreements, visitation agreements, division of assets and all the other associated components of the termination of marriage.…

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.