Whether you are undergoing a divorce, are buying or selling real property, or are struggling with unemployment, the attorneys at Shew & Dixon Law Office have the experience to help you navigate the legal issues. Located in Middletown, OH, we serve clients throughout Butler County and the surrounding areas. We offer personalized, compassionate representation and are passionate about helping you through the most difficult times.
Your Unique Legal Needs Are Our Priority
Dissolution & Divorce
Both dissolution and divorce can be extremely stressful and emotional, which is why our attorneys offer services to help you move forward.
A dissolution is the process we undergo when both spouses are in mutual agreement. Property division and child custody and support will be negotiated before the dissolution is filed, and the marriage will be ended within 30 to 90 days of filing.
A divorce is when a marriage is ended without the agreement of one of the spouses, or in the case that a spouse is absent. In the case of divorce, reasons for divorce must be presented. Property division and child custody and support can either be negotiated or will be settled in court. If the divorce is contested, the process may become lengthy.
Our attorneys are here to help you through all negotiations and to ensure you and your children are able to maintain quality of life after the divorce or dissolution.
Real Estate Deeds & Contracts
Our attorneys handle all aspects of selling, purchasing, renting and leasing commercial and residential property
- Purchase and Sale Contracts
- Residential and Commercial Leases
- Title Search
- Title Insurance
- Property Management
- Inspection Issues
- Landlord – Tenant disputes
- Boundary Issues
- Short sale negotiations
- And more
If your property is being foreclosed, our attorneys can help defend you and create a negotiation strategy with the bank. We will analyze the case to determine if the bank has been correctly following the rules and regulations of proceeding with a foreclosing and will hold them responsible if they have not.
If you are in substantial debt, filing for bankruptcy is an option that can help you start over. Bankruptcy is not the end of the world—it will only take a few years to gain a good credit score. Most people are able to get brand-new credit cards right away post-bankruptcy. It will only take around three years for you to be able to apply for a mortgage. If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, our attorneys will help you through the process of petitioning under the Bankruptcy Act.
If you find yourself unemployed and are struggling to find another job, our attorneys can help you seek out unemployment benefits if you qualify. These benefits will help you financially to get through this time, so you can focus on finding the job that will further your career.