Considering Divorce? Find Out More About Your Case.

You and your spouse may think you have the perfect marriage. You may seem like two people who were destined to be together for the rest of your lives. Unfortunately, there is no way to tell for sure what is going to happen in the future. If your relationship starts to experience challenges, you may be unable to find the common ground needed to continue the marriage. If divorce or dissolution is seemingly right for you, you need to be sure that you speak to a lawyer so that you understand what will happen throughout the process.

At the Law Offices of Amy R. Turos, we provide aggressive representation to clients who are going through a divorce. Led by our founding attorney, Amy Turos, our entire team is committed to working together with you at this extremely difficult time. We want you to know that you have someone looking out for you at all stages of your case, helping you make important decisions that will significantly impact your future. We serve clients in Portage, Trumbull and Geauga counties.

Helping You Protect Your Property

Many of the clients we work with have several questions about what is going to happen to the property they have accumulated with their spouse during the marriage, or even some of the items they owned prior to getting married. Under the law in Ohio, each spouse is entitled to an equitable share of the marital property. This does not guarantee an equal share for each side, which makes it extremely difficult for the parties to be able to reach an agreement on these matters.

We thoroughly review the assets and debts you own with your spouse to determine which property will be subject to the divorce. We work with financial professionals to get a proper valuation of high-value assets, including items such as:

  • The marital home, as well as any other property you and your spouse may have acquired while married
  • Retirement accounts that belong to you and your spouse
  • Business ownership interests that you may own
  • Self-employment income earned by one or both of the spouses

We approach each case with an eye toward resolution as promptly as possible; however, due to the complex nature of these cases, this is often not possible. If our exhaustive efforts fail to yield a constructive and reasonable property division settlement, we are ready to go to court to protect and assert your property requests. We are not afraid to fight for you in order to obtain the results you deserve.

Legal Services Made Easy Throughout Portage, Trumbull And Geauga Counties

Our team of trusted professionals will be by your side throughout your divorce case. To speak to our skilled divorce attorney, please call our office located in Portage County, Ohio, at 330-235-1374 or send us an email using our contact form. We will be able to meet with you to discuss your case at a location that is most convenient for you.