At the Law Office of Kristen L. Campbell, LLC, we empathize with the possible difficulties you and your same-sex partner can encounter when seeking a Ohio divorce. Despite Ohio law recognizing same-sex marriages, our divorce laws may not apply to your particular circumstances.
When couples decide to terminate their marriage in Ohio, or anywhere across the country for that matter, they must cover a series of topics as they create a divorce settlement. One of the most difficult topics to tackle may be property division. While the family home, vehicles and finances are often considered first when dealing with marital property, there are a host of other marital items that may be less common. It is crucial that people keep these items in mind in order to get everything they are entitled to in the settlement.
If you and your spouse are a divorcing Ohio couple, you may have concerns about how to divide your marital property, especially if you own antiques – or think you do. While most people believe that an antique is an old and valuable collectible, that “definition” is only the tip of a very confusing and subjective iceberg.