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General Law

No matter what legal challenges you’re currently facing, Shew & Dixon Law Office in Middletown, OH, is ready to stand by you. If you’re looking for a divorce or real estate attorney, we’re the law firm you can trust to achieve the best possible outcome in your case.

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Dissolution

A dissolution is a process where both spouses are in mutual agreement of separating. Property division, child custody, and child support will be negotiated before the dissolution is filed. The marriage will typically dissolve and end within 30 to 90 days of filing.

Dissolution

A dissolution is a process where both spouses are in mutual agreement of separating. Property division, child custody, and child support will be negotiated before the dissolution is filed. The marriage will typically dissolve and end within 30 to 90 days of filing.

Divorce

A divorce is when a marriage ends without the agreement of one of the spouses, or when a spouse is absent. Unlike a dissolution, reasons for divorce must be presented. Property division, child custody, and child support can either be negotiated or will be settled in court. If the divorce is contested, the process may become lengthy.

Real Estate Deeds, Contracts & Foreclosures

Our attorneys handle all aspects of selling, purchasing, renting and leasing commercial and residential property, including:

  • Purchase & sale contracts
  • Residential & commercial Leases
  • Title search
  • Title insurance
  • Closings
  • Financing
  • Property management
  • Inspection issues
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Boundary issues
  • Short sale negotiations
  • Foreclosure
  • And more

If you’re facing foreclosure, our attorneys will analyze your case to determine if the bank has correctly followed the rules and regulations of the foreclosure process. If they have not, we will hold them responsible and help you form the strongest defense case.

Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can help you start over and rebuild your credit score when you’re in substantial debt. If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, our attorneys will help you through the process of petitioning under the Bankruptcy Act. We’ll also help you navigate the different types of bankruptcy.

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy, for example, completely eliminates your debt, providing you with a fresh start. A repayment plan is not set in place, and the debtor’s non-exempt assets are usually sold to pay off creditors.

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to keep your home and your car. All of your debts will be consolidated into a payment plan. Your student loans and mortgages will also be eliminated under a chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Unemployment

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.

Divorce

A divorce is when a marriage ends without the agreement of one of the spouses, or when a spouse is absent. Unlike a dissolution, reasons for divorce must be presented. Property division, child custody, and child support can either be negotiated or will be settled in court. If the divorce is contested, the process may become lengthy.

Real Estate Deeds, Contracts & Foreclosures

Our attorneys handle all aspects of selling, purchasing, renting and leasing commercial and residential property, including:

  • Purchase & sale contracts
  • Residential & commercial Leases
  • Title search
  • Title insurance
  • Closings
  • Financing
  • Property management
  • Inspection issues
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Boundary issues
  • Short sale negotiations
  • Foreclosure
  • And more

If you’re facing foreclosure, our attorneys will analyze your case to determine if the bank has correctly followed the rules and regulations of the foreclosure process. If they have not, we will hold them responsible and help you form the strongest defense case.

Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can help you start over and rebuild your credit score when you’re in substantial debt. If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, our attorneys will help you through the process of petitioning under the Bankruptcy Act. We’ll also help you navigate the different types of bankruptcy.

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy, for example, completely eliminates your debt, providing you with a fresh start. A repayment plan is not set in place, and the debtor’s non-exempt assets are usually sold to pay off creditors.

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to keep your home and your car. All of your debts will be consolidated into a payment plan. Your student loans and mortgages will also be eliminated under a chapter 13 bankruptcy.

Unemployment

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.

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Phone: (513) 422-4861

Fax: (513) 422-2793

Address

Shew & Dixon Law Office

16 N Main St.,
Middletown, OH 45042

Hours

Monday – Friday

9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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