Family Law

The Law Office of Anthony W. Greco is committed to providing each and every client with professional, aggressive and practical representation. We accomplish this while also being sensitive to our clients’ unique concerns and goals. With more than 25 years of experience in all areas of family law, our firm is equipped to deal with any issues involved in a divorce, dissolution, spousal or child support award or modification, child custody, or grandparents’ rights issue.


If you are facing a divorce, choosing the right attorney with the experience, attitude and ability to help you achieve your goals, is the most important first step. At your initial consultation, Anthony Greco will listen to you explain the factual circumstances involved in your situation, as well as what your personal and financial needs and goals are for the divorce. Attorney Greco will then assist you in understanding the legal issues which effect your case, while developing a legal strategy to address both your short term and long term concerns. Read More

Going Through Divorce As a Business Owner

In a dissolution, the parties have agreed upon each and every issue prior to the filing of any action with the court. These issues include but are not limited to the division of marital assets, custody, parenting time, child support and spousal support. A dissolution is economical and can be completed within 60 days of the filing of the initial petition. Read More

Choosing between Divorce and Dissolution

A contested child custody case is always a battle, and often deals with “judging” which parent is the best parent to make the decisions for the child. Choosing an attorney who is ready, willing and able to aggressively go after the evidence to prove their client’s case, is often the difference between winning and losing custody of your child. Read More

Shared Parenting  :  Unmarried Mother – Custody Rights  :  Father’s Rights

Grandparent Rights
One of the most common questions our office receives involves what rights grandparents have to a child when the parents’ ability to care for their children is compromised. Grandparents do have legal rights in Ohio. Grandparents’ rights include both, custody and/or grandparent visitation, but interfering with parental rights is extremely difficult. That is why it is absolutely critical to consult with an attorney. Read More

Child Support
We understand the stress and the confusion that individuals and families deal with when faced with issues related to child support. Whether it is the initial child support order, or a modification of an order due to a change in circumstances, our office is experienced in the complex legal issues involved in raising a child in two households. Read More

High Income Child Support
When calculating child support, the first step a trial court must take is to determine both parents’ incomes. Once each parents’ income is determined, the incomes are combined before the child support guidelines are applied.  If the combined gross income of the parent’s are more than $300,000, the court is required to decide the amount of child support on an individual case-by-case basis. Read More

How to change Child Support?

Spousal Support (Alimony)
Spousal support, or alimony, is one of the most contentious issues in most divorce cases. The amount of spousal support, and term of spousal support (how long), is primarily within the discretion of the judge assigned to the case. Our office has experience in conducting the complicated and persuasive calculations necessary to gain the best spousal support award for our clients. Read More

Civil Protection Orders
Civil Protection Orders
can result from accusations which may include spousal abuse or child abuse. These types of issues are generally handled in the Domestic Relations Division, however, in certain circumstances they can are handled in the General Division. Read More

Legal Separation
Under Ohio law there are three ways to terminate a marriage: divorce, dissolution, or annulment. Legal Separation does not legally terminate a marriage. If you are “legally separate,” you still cannot remarry. There are other potential issues like whether taxes will be filed individually or jointly and what will happen to joint assets if one of the parties dies. Read More

Prenuptial Agreements
A prenuptial agreement (also known as an “ante nuptial” agreement) is a contract between two people planning to get married. This contract must be properly prepared and signed prior to marriage. The prenuptial agreement details each of the parties’ rights and obligations in the event of divorce or dissolution, and/or the death of either party. Read More

Family Law