Ohio Property Division Lawyers
When you are facing the prospect of divorce, the once-held idea of “what’s mine is yours” may seem in retrospect to have been an ill-advised statement. In the state of Ohio, what was yours prior to the marriage is still yours except in situations where the property becomes commingled. What you and your spouse accumulated jointly is considered marital property and must be divided appropriately.
Find out how King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, in Montgomery, Ohio, can help you determine how marital assets and debt should be divided – contact us today.
Determining Separate and Marital Property:
- Property division refers to the division of marital assets and debt. Many people have questions about property division. Questions like: What is marital property? What is separate property? Will I get to keep the house? Do I have to give up inheritance money? We are happy to answer all of your questions.
- Through a spreadsheet analysis, we are able to help you look at the differences between separate and marital property.
- Sometimes, separate property becomes commingled over the course of the marriage. We at King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, conduct tracings to help ensure that what you brought to the marriage is your own.
- Our lawyers are also happy to help you examine both separate and marital debts and look for ways to offset debt during the property division process.
Rely on King, Koligian & Associates:
- One of the chief things that sets our firm apart from other Cincinnati family law firms is our attention to our clients. We are client-focused and driven.
- We take into account your specific situation, needs and goals when we look at creative, effective ways to help resolve complex divorce matters.
If you are contemplating marriage
Have you been married before? Do you have substantial assets? Do you have children from a prior relationship and you want to leave your assets to them?
In addition to our other family law services, we also represent parties contemplating marriage. If you have answered “yes” to any of the questions above, you may want to consider a prenuptial agreement. At King, Koligian & Associates, LLC, we draft prenuptial (prenup) agreements for couples who want to protect assets in the unlikely event that their relationship ends. If you have received a prenuptial agreement from your future spouse and want a trained eye to review it, we also perform that valuable service for clients.
Contact us today
We invite you to contact us, your family law firm in Montgomery, Ohio, to discuss issues of asset and debt division with professionals who care. To make an appointment, call us at 513.252.2046 or contact us online.