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Victoria Glowacki is a Cleveland, Ohio native and graduated from The University of Akron, School of Law in 2005. Prior to joining Zashin Law in 2006, Victoria served as a law clerk and staff attorney for the Honorable James L. Kimbler, Judge of the Medina County Court of Common Pleas, for three years.
Victoria’s practice focuses on representing her clients throughout all facets of domestic relations, such as divorce, dissolution, legal separation, the establishment and modification of child custody and child support, spousal support, division of property, and all post-decree matters.
She has experience both in negotiations and at trial concerning issues including, but not limited to the following:
- Dividing complex marital estates, including investment properties, business interests, unusual investments, oil/gas/mineral rights, complicated retirement plans, and separate property issues;
- Evaluating business and partnership interests for division in divorce;
- Researching and analyzing records to identify misappropriated or hidden marital assets;
- Drafting, interpreting, and evaluating the enforceability of prenuptial agreements;
- Crafting tailored temporary and permanent spousal and child support obligations;
- Allocating parental rights and responsibilities;
- Issues concerning parental relocation;
- Custody matters involving psychological expert testimony;
- Domestic violence matters; and
- Handling post-decree issues of enforcement and non-disclosed or omitted assets.
Victoria also represents clients in juvenile court matters, such as establishment of paternity, custody, and parenting time, establishment of child support, and modifications of the allocation of parental rights and responsibilities, parenting time, and child support. Victoria’s practice has taken her to not only Cuyahoga County but also Medina County, Lake County, Summit County, Geauga County, Lorain County, Wayne County and Portage County.
“In times like the present, men should utter nothing for which they would not willingly be responsible for through time and eternity.”
– Abraham Lincoln