Usually, courts try to preserve the same quality of life for both husband and wife that they had during the marriage. Meaning if you did get divorced, the court may award alimony to your spouse to ensure he/she is living the same type of lifestyle that he/she was living while you were married. I would suggest consulting with an experienced divorce attorney. A great attorney is Columbus is Denise Mirman of Friedman/Mirman. If you look her up on Google, you will find her info.
With a difference of $60,000 in income, I would suspect that spousal support is a strong possibility. You need to consult with a divorce attorney who practices in Hamilton County.
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If you pay child support, as the greater breadwinner, your wife might waive spousal support since it would be taxable to her. Good idea to get yourself a good matrimonial attorney in your county, per the lawyers below.
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