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
Toll Free   888-641-0805

Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
New Albany, OH 614-721-7726
Toll Free   888-641-0805

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Issues that most people overlook in divorce in Ohio

Although divorce is often narrowly thought of as a legal process involving the division of assets, there are other important concerns that can be overlooked during this time. It is essential to consider these factors when making decisions, especially if you and your...

How Chapter 13 can protect your home from foreclosure

Homeowners facing bankruptcy often wonder if they can save their homes through the bankruptcy process. While Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides you with a little bit more time to resolve your pending foreclosure, Chapter 13 is different, and it allows you to save your home...

Probate 101: What is anciliary probate?

At every stage of your life, it's important to recalibrate and plan for the future. It's the best way to protect your Ohio assets and preserve your standard of living. Whether you're newly married, headed for divorce, or looking toward retirement, estate planning and...

How does a spouse’s depression affect a marriage?

Many residents of Ohio battle depression on a daily basis. Some of them are married, which means their issues can impact their marriage. In some cases, depression can lead to divorce. Symptoms of depression Although everyone occasionally feels depressed, there’s a...

Steps to take after an auto accident

A car accident has the potential to cause both emotional and physical injuries. However, it is important that you know what to do after an Ohio crash so that you can minimize the short and long-term damage it may cause. Assess the situation The first thing that you...

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Dividing property is not a simple matter.

Our job is to ensure that all assets, from tangible property like homes and cars to intangible property like stock options and retirement accounts, are divided fairly and equitably under the unique circumstances of a given divorce matter or related family law matter. Such a thing is not easy. It requires sufficient experience, an effective strategy, and attention to detail.

We focus on optimizing the end result.

How do you “divide” a Steinway piano or an art collection?

Marital dissolution cases involving substantial assets and property require creative legal representation. Founder Amy Levine has been in practice for more than 15 years and holds not only a J.D. from Capital University Law School in Columbus, but an LL.M. (an advanced law degree) in business law and taxation. This background serves Amy’s high net worth divorce clients very well.

You need confidence in your attorney.

A confident attorney – one who knows how to handle these types of complex divorce cases – translates into confidence of your own. We start by listening. We want to learn as much about your current situation as possible. We analyze your assets and property, in light of the prospect of divorce, and consider how best to solve the problem of fair division. Finally, we create an effective strategy based on your goals and objectives, and work to implement it.

Call Amy and her associates today.

Amy M. Levine & Associates is headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with a satellite office in Huntington, West Virginia. Call 614-360-2942 (Columbus) or 304-519-4354 (Huntington) to arrange a consultation.

Family Law

Amy M. Levine
View Profile

Our Latest Blog Posts

Issues that most people overlook in divorce in Ohio

Although divorce is often narrowly thought of as a legal process involving the division of assets, there are other important concerns that can be overlooked during this time. It is essential to consider these factors when making decisions, especially if you and your...

How Chapter 13 can protect your home from foreclosure

Homeowners facing bankruptcy often wonder if they can save their homes through the bankruptcy process. While Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides you with a little bit more time to resolve your pending foreclosure, Chapter 13 is different, and it allows you to save your home...

Probate 101: What is anciliary probate?

At every stage of your life, it's important to recalibrate and plan for the future. It's the best way to protect your Ohio assets and preserve your standard of living. Whether you're newly married, headed for divorce, or looking toward retirement, estate planning and...

How does a spouse’s depression affect a marriage?

Many residents of Ohio battle depression on a daily basis. Some of them are married, which means their issues can impact their marriage. In some cases, depression can lead to divorce. Symptoms of depression Although everyone occasionally feels depressed, there’s a...

Steps to take after an auto accident

A car accident has the potential to cause both emotional and physical injuries. However, it is important that you know what to do after an Ohio crash so that you can minimize the short and long-term damage it may cause. Assess the situation The first thing that you...

Visit Our Blog

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