Troy Property Division Lawyer
Need an Equitable Distribution of Property? We Can Help!
The attorneys of Lopez, Severt & Pratt Co have more than 100 years of combined experience helping clients make sure they get their fair share of property in a divorce.
We understand how the system works, how to uncover undisclosed assets, and how to make sure you're not giving up more than you need to. Our number one priority is your well-being, and we can help you make sure you're not taken advantage of in your divorce.
We can help make sure you don't give away more than you have to or get less than you deserve in a divorce. We can help you understand how property and asset division works and prevent mistaken assumptions from negatively impacting your financial future.
Making Sure You Get an Equitable Settlement
When spouses divorce in Ohio, their property is supposed to be divided "equitably" between the parties. But how can you be sure that what you're getting — and giving up — is actually fair and equitable? Has your spouse been hiding or wasting assets? Is the house really subject to division, even though its purchase was made possible by down payment money you provided out of premarital income?
What Property Is Subject to Division?
Even if you and your spouse have come to a tentative agreement on who gets what, it's important to understand how property is divided in an Ohio divorce. It's also important to understand that you and your spouse are getting divorced for a reason and that what they've positioned as being a fair split of the property may not, in fact, be fair to you.
Our compassionate, dedicated attorneys will help you through this difficult, stressful time and take steps to ensure your rights are protected and your future is made comfortable.
“They are outstanding in doing their jobs!” - Cleda L.
“Very experienced and professional” - Guy C.
“I couldn’t have asked for a better outcome.” - Lou M.
What Steps Do We Take?
We will thoroughly investigate and inventory the property of your marriage and answer all your questions, including:
- What is the standard for dividing property in Ohio?
- What is the difference between marital and non-marital (or separate) property?
- How will the court divide my property?
- How will the value of my assets (and my spouse's assets) be valued?
- Is my professional license or degree subject to division?
- What happens to my pension retirement accounts?
- What about my debt? My spouse's debt?
Get Started Today
Choose the local law firm that will manage your legal needs with the care and sensitivity you deserve. Call us at (937) 400-3170 to schedule your FREE consultation with our Troy property division attorneys.