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Consider these 4 factors for settling your divorce or going to trial

Most people who decide to end their marriage look for the least painful process, especially if they have children. However, coming to an agreement with a soon-to-be-ex isn’t always easy. Many couples decide to work together to find common ground over their children’s...

4 mistakes to avoid if you get into a car accident in the Columbus area

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If you have significant wealth or complex assets that you wish to protect during divorce, thorough preparation and experienced counsel are essential. At Amy M. Levine & Associates, we provide sophisticated counsel to clients who want to protect their finances.

Our lead divorce lawyer, Amy M. Levine, brings nearly 15 years of experience to complex financial matters in family law cases. She holds an LL.M. (Master of Laws) in business and taxation, giving her a thorough understanding of divorce’s business and tax implications. We help clients make decisions that are financially sound for today and pragmatic for tomorrow.

Ms. Levine’s business background and financial knowledge are invaluable when helping clients resolve highly complex financial matters during divorce and marriage dissolution, including:

  • Businesses of all sizes
  • Estate planning documents
  • Stock options and stock plans
  • Taxation
  • Substantial real property
  • Bankruptcy impacts on divorce
  • High wage earners, including business owners in a variety of industries

Aggressive, Caring Representation

Many people assume that a high-asset divorce will necessarily be an expensive and drawn-out divorce. However, we believe that with adequate preparation and experience, complex financial issues can be resolved with minimal stress and expense.

We take an aggressive position when appropriate, but our primary goal is always preserving the interests of our client. Often, mediation and negotiation can produce a result that meets the needs of both parties while safeguarding our clients’ priorities.

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Our divorce attorneys in Columbus, Ohio, and Huntington, West Virginia, assist clients throughout both states, including Franklin County. To arrange a complimentary consultation and learn more about protecting your assets in divorce, please contact us online or call 614-360-2942.

Family Law

Amy M. Levine
View Profile

Our Latest Blog Posts

Comparing personal bankruptcy options

When you think of bankruptcy, what comes to mind? Is it financial salvation? Probably not. More than likely, thoughts of overwhelming debt and wondering how you will recover from this financial pitfall without descending into financial ruin are filling your mind....

What factors can cause an incorrect breathalyzer reading?

Have or someone you know been pulled over by the police for suspicion of drinking and driving? Then the officer asked you to take a breath test to measure your blood alcohol concentration, and you blow way higher than you expected? You can honestly claim that you...

Personal bankruptcy can help young professionals

Fresh out of graduate school, you found work in your field. But this is, after all, the gig economy. Your job is as a contractor, and you do not benefit from all the perks that full-time employees get. For example, no health benefits. But this may be the least of your...

Consider these 4 factors for settling your divorce or going to trial

Most people who decide to end their marriage look for the least painful process, especially if they have children. However, coming to an agreement with a soon-to-be-ex isn’t always easy. Many couples decide to work together to find common ground over their children’s...

4 mistakes to avoid if you get into a car accident in the Columbus area

If you're lucky, you will never get into a serious car accident. But the chances are good that it will happen to you sooner or later. No matter how skilled and careful of a driver you are, there are plenty of bad and dangerous motorists throughout the Columbus metro...

Visit Our Blog

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