Amy M. Levine & Associates, Attorneys at Law, LLC - Family Law, Bankruptcy, Probate Litigation, Criminal Defense
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Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
New Albany, OH 614-721-7726

Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
New Albany, OH

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How vehicle accident fault could impact insurance claims

Every state has a law that applies when auto accidents occur, and especially when cases go to court. While most motor vehicle accidents in Ohio with obvious fault evidence are settled beforehand, this is not true in all cases. Insurance companies and claimants often...

Common things couples might overlook during their divorce

A divorcing couple often faces emotional and financial turmoil during the process. Dividing a single household into two futures, even if it is the best decision for both spouses, can cause significant stress and worry. Unfortunately, many couples become overwhelmed...

How to prepare financially for a divorce

Ohio is an equitable property division state, which means that you might be entitled to a majority share of a marital estate in a final divorce settlement. However, even if you are expecting to receive valuable assets as part of such a settlement, you'll still need to...

What to know about the Chapter 7 bankruptcy means test

Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives consumers in Columbus, Ohio, a legal way to remove burdening debt they can no longer handle. Only unsecured debts, such as medical and credit card debt, can get erased in bankruptcy. The secured debts, those that are backed by collateral,...

Contesting a Will During Probate in Ohio

When Ohio residents put together their wills and estates, they do everything in their power to make sure that they've covered all of their bases. They usually work with attorneys to make sure that their beneficiaries are clearly indicated, and they work on an asset...

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What keeps you up at night?

It’s our job to fix it, to help put it behind you.

At Amy M. Levine & Associates, our focus is helping people in Ohio. These are people going through some of the toughest challenges life can throw at them. Divorce, separation, and all related family law issues (like child custody, visitation, relocation, and property division), are extremely difficult to face.

Why Amy?

Founding attorney Amy Levine has practiced law since 2001 – for more than 15 years – since graduating from Capital University Law School in Columbus. She earned both a J.D., and two years later, an advanced law degree (an LL.M.) in business law and taxation. This focus that has served her clients well in property division and high-asset divorces.

Fortunately, you won’t go it alone.

From the beginning, Amy has focused on the types of legal issues that challenge everyone. It doesn’t matter who you are. People from all walks of life often face the prospect of divorce and its related issues. We represent clients in all aspects of the law relating to the needs of today’s families, and we handle a range of juvenile law matters as well, including abuse, neglect, and dependency.

We are with you every step of the way.

We want you to be in-the-know, which may help relieve some of your anxiety. At the least, you probably have questions, especially if you’ve never hired a lawyer in the past. For example, we inform our clients exactly what to expect in family court, and these five steps to help you prepare for divorce.

Call our Ohio family law team today.

Our practice includes divorce, child custody, child support, domestic violence, family law issues facing same-sex couples, and all other related matters not listed here. You need legal support and we’re here to give that to you.

Call 614-360-2942 for a free consultation.

Family Law

Amy M. Levine
View Profile

Our Latest Blog Posts

How vehicle accident fault could impact insurance claims

Every state has a law that applies when auto accidents occur, and especially when cases go to court. While most motor vehicle accidents in Ohio with obvious fault evidence are settled beforehand, this is not true in all cases. Insurance companies and claimants often...

Common things couples might overlook during their divorce

A divorcing couple often faces emotional and financial turmoil during the process. Dividing a single household into two futures, even if it is the best decision for both spouses, can cause significant stress and worry. Unfortunately, many couples become overwhelmed...

How to prepare financially for a divorce

Ohio is an equitable property division state, which means that you might be entitled to a majority share of a marital estate in a final divorce settlement. However, even if you are expecting to receive valuable assets as part of such a settlement, you'll still need to...

What to know about the Chapter 7 bankruptcy means test

Chapter 7 bankruptcy gives consumers in Columbus, Ohio, a legal way to remove burdening debt they can no longer handle. Only unsecured debts, such as medical and credit card debt, can get erased in bankruptcy. The secured debts, those that are backed by collateral,...

Contesting a Will During Probate in Ohio

When Ohio residents put together their wills and estates, they do everything in their power to make sure that they've covered all of their bases. They usually work with attorneys to make sure that their beneficiaries are clearly indicated, and they work on an asset...

Visit Our Blog

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