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What can you do when your spouse is hiding assets?

Divorce can bring out the worst in people. Reasonable, levelheaded folk may revert to shady tactics to "win" the process. The fear of losing assets leads many people to conceal them during proceedings. But most attempts at hiding money prove unfruitful. Read the news...

Thinking about divorce? Talk to a lawyer sooner rather than later

People in difficult relationships often hope for the best. But is it wiser to prepare for the worst? Many partners think their situation will sort itself out. Others consider all the years they’ve had with their partner and believe their marriage can weather any...

Ohio has the second-highest opioid overdose rate

The opioid epidemic has plagued many states and the country as a whole for quite some time. Ohio is one of the states most affected by this crisis.In 2017, Ohio had over 4,200 overdoses related to opioids. This rate is almost three times the national average. One...

What NOT to do after a car accident

It’s winter in Ohio, so it’s an appropriate time of the year to discuss what to do in the case of an accident. Whether due to slick streets, distracted driving or a myriad of other reasons, the unfortunate truth is that most of us will be involved in at least one car...

Financial secrets can lead to divorce and impact its outcomes

Any type of lie or secret can be poison to a trusting relationship. However, lying about money can be one of the most dangerous types of deception for a marriage. Money problems are the second most common cause for divorce, just behind cheating on a...

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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

What can you do when your spouse is hiding assets?

Divorce can bring out the worst in people. Reasonable, levelheaded folk may revert to shady tactics to "win" the process. The fear of losing assets leads many people to conceal them during proceedings. But most attempts at hiding money prove unfruitful. Read the news...

Thinking about divorce? Talk to a lawyer sooner rather than later

People in difficult relationships often hope for the best. But is it wiser to prepare for the worst? Many partners think their situation will sort itself out. Others consider all the years they’ve had with their partner and believe their marriage can weather any...

Ohio has the second-highest opioid overdose rate

The opioid epidemic has plagued many states and the country as a whole for quite some time. Ohio is one of the states most affected by this crisis.In 2017, Ohio had over 4,200 overdoses related to opioids. This rate is almost three times the national average. One...

What NOT to do after a car accident

It’s winter in Ohio, so it’s an appropriate time of the year to discuss what to do in the case of an accident. Whether due to slick streets, distracted driving or a myriad of other reasons, the unfortunate truth is that most of us will be involved in at least one car...

Financial secrets can lead to divorce and impact its outcomes

Any type of lie or secret can be poison to a trusting relationship. However, lying about money can be one of the most dangerous types of deception for a marriage. Money problems are the second most common cause for divorce, just behind cheating on a...

Visit Our Blog

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