How Does Property Division Work In Ohio?

Ohio is an equitable division state. This means that all marital assets and debts must be divided fairly during the divorce or dissolution process.

At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, we assist clients throughout Butler County with property division matters. Our attorney takes pride in meticulously preparing each case and educating clients about their options. You can count on her to explain everything you need to know to safeguard your financial interests. Call us today for a complimentary initial consultation at 513-895-0030.

Our Hamilton, Ohio, law firm assists clients with the equitable division of:

  • The marital home
  • Cars, boats and other vehicles
  • 401(k)s, IRAs, pensions and other retirement assets
  • Credit card debts and other liabilities

Not Everything Is Up For Grabs

Even if your spouse thinks that he or she is entitled to part of everything, that may not be the case. We can help you trace certain assets and determine if they should be considered separate property. You may have the sole right to it if:

  • You owned it prior to getting married.
  • You received it as a gift or inherited it.
  • You purchased it with premarital funds.

Do You Believe Your Spouse May Be Hiding Assets?

If you are concerned about the possibility of hidden assets, we can conduct a thorough discovery, which includes looking at bank records and credit card statements. If necessary, we retain forensic accountants and other financial experts to trace the other party's expenditures or uncover concealed information.

Contact Our Butler County Lawyer

We invite you to schedule a free initial consultation with our lawyer today. Call our Hamilton office at 513-895-0030 or contact us online. We look forward to speaking with you.