Property Division Attorney Canton
Equitable Distribution • Hidden Asset Discovery • Modifications
Money matters. Without question, asset division is one of the biggest concerns both men and women struggle with as they enter into a divorce. Others include:
How will I afford child support and alimony?
How will I survive on my part-time job after I lose my spouse's paycheck?
How can I afford to set up another home without a second income?
Is she going to get half my pension?
If you are feeling overwhelmed by property division or other financial worries related to your divorce, please contact The Law Offices of Jason P. Reese for an initial consultation. We help our clients to find the answers to these and other difficult financial questions every day.
Honest ● Experienced ● Aggressive
E-mail or Call 330-754-2120
In Ohio, money, property and other assets bought and acquired during the marriage are generally considered marital property and, thus, are subject to 50-50 distribution to the marital partners upon divorce. This includes pensions, real estate, land, collections, 401(k) plans and thrift savings plans. There are exceptions to this presumption, though, so you should consult an attorney to determine which of your assets are actually marital property, or which are your own separate property, not subject to division.
Do you suspect your spouse is hiding assets such as savings accounts, investments or physical assets like jewelry? Are you concerned about a property appraisal in light of falling housing prices? Ohio property division lawyer Jason Reese will work tirelessly to delve into the details of your finances to ensure that your full financial picture is carefully considered and you are treated fairly.
We handle all matters relating to marital assets and property division including:
- Marital property
- Separate property
- Division of pensions, savings plans, 401(k) plans and other retirement savings
- Property appraisals
- Uncovering hidden assets
- Property valuation
- Child support
- Spousal support
- Tax consequences of property division
- Division of debts and liabilities
- Disbursement of property
- Commingling of property
- Passive income and appreciation of property
- Inheritance or gifts received during the marriage
Protecting Your Rights, Safeguarding Your Needs
If you have questions or concerns about property division and the financial consequences of your divorce, please contact The Law Offices of Jason P. Reese in Canton, Ohio, by phone or e-mail to find out how we can help you.