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What Will Happen To My Home After Divorce?

Real estate is a complex issue. A smart purchase can lead to future income. When getting divorced, many people aren’t sure what will happen to their home. Zachary D. Smith, LLC, has represented with clients throughout Ohio and Kentucky who needed to find a solution. I am here to represent your best interests from beginning to end.

We Have Multiple Properties; Now What?

I have helped clients who have different forms of real estate. This includes investment real estate, rental real estate and commercial real estate. I’ve also worked with clients who are concerned about their personal home, second home and vacation home. Multiple properties can be worth a substantial amount of money. Having the right attorney at your side is essential. Since your estate is not just split down the middle, you will have to ask for what you want.

Just like debt, both spouses have rights to all property and assets that have been acquired during the marriage. Anything you purchased on your own or before you were married is legally yours. Some partners feel they are entitled to a portion of it, which is when things can get complicated. I understand how emotional these cases can be and will do everything I can do fight for what you are entitled to. Trust a knowledgeable attorney to handle these complex matters.

Call Today To Discuss Your Options

There are many difficult decisions that must be made. We can answer your questions and provide you with the information needed in order to make smart choices. Call my office at 513-275-1164 to schedule a consultation or fill out my contact form. I have two offices in Cincinnati and one in Crescent Springs.