What property is spouse legally entitled to after 18 years of marriage in Ohio.
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One-half of everything. That's the simple answer. All property acquired during the marriage is considered marital property and is subject to equal division. Separate property is not divided. Property owned prior to marriage and inheritences are separate property if the property is held separately, as in a separate bank account, and is not comingled with joint accounts or assests.