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Skilled Guidance For Complex Property Division Issues

Issues involving property division can be one of the most contentious aspects of any divorce proceeding. Resolution can become even more difficult when there are significant or hard to value assets that must be divided. This is one reason it is important to have a skilled lawyer by your side who can help ensure all property is accounted for, properly valued, and equitably divided. I am a board-certified Family Relations Law Specialist who has guided numerous people through the property division process as a part of their divorce proceedings.

Dividing Significant Assets

Both Ohio and Kentucky follow the rule of equitable distribution. It is important to keep in mind that “equitable” does not mean the same thing as “equal.” Rather, any property division will be carried out in a way that is as fair as possible. Generally speaking, if property was acquired during the marriage it will be subject to division. Property acquired prior to the marriage may or may not be subject to division. I can help ensure a fair and equitable division of all types of complex assets, including:

I will help identify property that may be divided and, when necessary, work with other experts such as forensic accountants to help properly value property. I want to help divorcing couples reach an agreement outside of court. If litigation is the only way to resolve your dispute, I will tenaciously represent your interests in court.

Contact Me For Help With All Property Division Issues

It is important to ensure that your property division is carried out fairly and equitably. For guidance, call me at 513-275-1164 or send me an email. I am available to meet you at any one of my three office locations – two in Cincinnati and one in Crescent Springs, Kentucky.