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What Does Equitable Division Of Assets Mean?

Diving your assets can be a difficult part of the divorce process. Many people aren’t sure where to start and don’t understand what they are entitled to. Fogelman Law Firm has helped clients throughout Ohio. We are here to give you proper legal guidance so you can make informed decisions.

What You Can Expect

As an equitable distribution state, Ohio wants to separate your property based on what is fair. This means that it isn’t always split 50-50. There are a number of factors the courts will consider before making a decision. This includes looking at how long you’ve been married as well as each individual’s assets. If there are children, certain property such as your house may go to the person who obtains primary custody.

There are many moving parts, and it is often difficult to keep up. Our firm will explain complicated legal terms into words you can understand. The goal is to have each spouse treated fairly. We will keep your best interest at heart and represent your needs from beginning to end. You can rest assured that your questions and apprehensions will be addressed every step of the way.

We Can Help; Call Today

No matter where you are at in the process, it is always in your best interest to talk to an attorney. We can discuss your concerns and determine how you can best move forward. To schedule an initial consultation, call 513.548.5568 today or fill out this contact form. We have three offices located throughout the Cincinnati metro area.