Tagged: Property Division

New Ohio Law: Postnuptial Agreements

Happy couple signing document, postnuptial agreement concept.

Most people are familiar with the concept of a prenuptial agreement, or prenup, which is an agreement between two people who are planning to marry. All states allow prenuptial agreements as long as certain conditions are met. These agreements allow couples to make a full financial disclosure to each other and agree how they will […]

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Forgotten Assets During Property Division

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In a recent blog post, we talked about marital property tracing, which is necessary when dividing property in a divorce or dissolution; as a general rule, only marital property, not separate property, gets divided in divorce. However, people often forget about many types of assets when thinking about their marital property. When thinking about property, […]

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Do I Have to Leave the Home Because My Spouse Asked Me To?

Tired woman sitting on the floor while moving into new home concept.

It may happen in the heat of an argument, or after months of growing apart and talking about separation and divorce: your spouse asks you to leave the home you share (or tells you to). Whether the request comes as a shock, or is something you’d been dreading, you are probably wondering whether you have […]

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