Westerville Law Office
Wolinetz, Horvath & Brown, LLC is located at:
We are in Elevate Westerville, a modern office building designed by Elevate Office Suites that features numerous conference rooms equipped with the most state-of-the-art technology available. The building is home to many businesses, including a number of salons, real estate businesses and more.
We are on Meridian Way, just off of Polaris Parkway, easily accessed from Interstate 71 and State Route 3. We are near Westerville’s Medical Mile, just north of the Renaissance Columbus Westerville-Polaris Hotel and northwest of the Altair Medical Building.
There is ample free parking available for visitors in the office building’s off-street parking lot.
Before visiting our office, we encourage you to call 614-362-8847 or send us an email to schedule an appointment. An office visit may not be necessary, depending on your situation. We also offer convenient phone or video conferences.
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How Should I Prepare For My Meeting With A Family Law Lawyer At Wolinetz | Horvath | Brown?
We understand that you are coming to us at a difficult time in your life, so we want to make sure that you feel at ease at your first meeting with us. We know that you are going through a divorce, a dispute over the custody of your child or some other family law matter that might have long-term consequences in your life. Please know that we are on your side and our job is to safely usher you through this.
There are a few preparatory steps you can take to make the most of your first meeting with your attorney. Be prepared to give us a clear picture of what is going on. Because these matters are emotional, it can be helpful to write down what has happened so far so you can walk us through it. We also encourage you to think about your goals, so we can make certain every action we take is aligned with them.
The first meeting is not just for us to learn about you. This is also your opportunity to learn more about us. Choosing a family law attorney is a big deal, so you have every right to ask us questions. Ask about our experience handling cases like yours. Ask about the kind of challenges we might expect along the way and the outcomes we’ve seen. Ask us how we communicate with our clients.
What Should I Bring To My First Meeting?
While this will still be very early in the process, it certainly does not hurt to get a head start. Financial records can be valuable if you are thinking about a divorce. That could include income documents like W-2s, bank statements or credit card statements. Any legal documents that are already in place should be brought as well. For example, if there are already child custody or child support orders, please bring them along. Basically, bring any evidence or legal documents that might be pertinent.
If we have specific requests for documents or items we want you to bring to the first meeting, we will let you know ahead of time.