Protecting Your Property Interests During Divorce

Do you know what will happen to your property after divorce? Finances and property division are complex and emotionally charged issues in any divorce. Disputes can unnecessarily lengthen the process and cause additional stress. At Gurtner Law, LLC, we can explain Ohio property division laws and protect your property rights during divorce.

Our firm has extensive experience resolving complex family law issues, and you will work directly with a lawyer. We can effectively guide you through the process to pursue a fair property division order. We offer free initial case evaluations by phone. Call 614-464-4100 to schedule your consultation with our experienced attorney today.

We Have The Property Division Answers You Need

Our Columbus legal team understands the complexity of dividing property during divorce. We will provide honest guidance and personal attention through every step of your case. We can provide all the information you need about dividing assets and debts, including:

  • What is marital property? Marital property includes any asset or money accumulated over the course of the marriage. All marital property is subject to equitable division in an Ohio divorce.
  • What about property I bought before my marriage? Property owned before marriage is considered separate property. Separate property is not subject to division or distribution in a divorce.
  • Can I keep my wedding ring? What happens to a wedding ring in divorce depends on the particulars of your individual situation. However, you may seek an order that allows you to keep specific assets that are important to you.
  • If I inherit money, is that considered marital property? In most cases, an inheritance left to just one person is not marital property. However, how the money is used could determine how the court classifies the assets.

Every case has its own unique facts and challenges. There is not a one-size-fits-all solution to every matter. When it comes to your property rights, we will not leave anything to chance. We will always proceed with your best interests in mind, protecting your rights and working for a fair and sustainable final order.

Contact Us For Thorough Support

We are ready to discuss your case and legal options. You do not have to walk through the complex divorce process alone. Learn more about property division and get the answers you need to make key decisions for your future.

Call 614-464-4100 to schedule a free phone consultation with Gurtner Law, LLC. You can also fill out our online contact form to make an appointment.