Ohio Family Law Matter? We're Here to Help.

We're not your average family law firm

We’re here to help.

When you’re facing a divorce, everything you thought you knew about your marriage is on shaky ground. Not only are you emotionally taxed, but you’re also overwhelmed by the sheer expanse of legal matters that your division as a couple has created.

Fortunately, you’ve found Babbitt & Dahlberg – a family law firm based in Columbus, Ohio.

When you hire us, you protect yourself with the legal experience you need in a time marked by confusion and pain.

We’re not your average family law firm.

Why? Because we truly care about our clients. Your needs and priorities are number one, always. And, most importantly, our legal experience is second to none. Jay Babbitt has been nationally recognized by Best Lawyers in America for his work as a divorce and dissolution attorney. Super Lawyers has selected Gus Dahlberg as a Rising Star for the past four years.

Divorce isn’t easy, for many reasons. But when you choose Babbitt & Dahlberg, there is one thing you will not have to spend a second worrying about – your legal representation. Our reputation, our national recognition by third party legal reviews and our case history all speak for themselves. If you want your priorities protected and the best resolution for your Columbus divorce or dissolution with the best possible outcome, contact us today. We’re here to help.


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