Negotiating Fair Property Agreements
In Ohio, when marital property, assets and debts are divided in court, the judge deems what is equitable. Relying on a judge to establish optimal property agreement terms can be risky because there are few circumstances in which agreements can be modified after the divorce has been finalized.
Kemp Law Group designs aggressive negotiation strategies that help our clients receive the terms that they deserve. We scrutinize all financial statements and titles related to marital and nonmarital property before we enter negotiations. Our founding attorney, Jacqueline Kemp, uses this information to obtained favorable outcomes for Central Ohio residents.
Our Resolution Approach Gets Results
Our firm offers award-winning advocacy to all of our clients. Attorney Kemp is a recognized leader in the area of family law who has cultivated professional relationships with experts in the field.
We leverage these skills when we handle property division issues related to:
- The family home and other real estate
- Retirement accounts, pensions and benefits
- Investment accounts
- Business assets and property
We prepare for negotiation sessions by reviewing assets acquired prior to and during the marriage and establishing the value of investments in the future. Our team of external financial experts have experience assessing stocks, real property, investments, businesses and pensions among other assets. We regularly file Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDROs) and Division of Property Orders (DOPOs) on behalf of our clients. We pursue all available options to secure our clients’ financial well-being after divorce proceedings have ended.
Contact Our Dublin Firm Today
It is vital to speak with a knowledgeable lawyer whether you are involved in a contentious, high-asset divorce or an uncontested divorce. We are dedicated to obtaining fair and sustainable property division agreements.