In terms of foreign countries, we have a conflict-of-law situation, so we work with attorneys in a the other country to make sure that we are putting the language into the document that will be enforceable in that other country.
As it relates to dividing up property out-of-State, depending on what the property is, (for instance, if the husband is obtaining the real estate, and the wife is going to quit-claim and receive a portion of the proceeds), that is something that is easily done in Ohio. We typically would not need to use an out-of-State attorney along with that. But, if it’s something more specific to a State that would require bringing in an out-of-state attorney, we will do that, and we have done that before. For a division of assets, it’s not typically necessary.