Prior to entering law school, I knew that I wanted to practice family law. While in law school, I co-founded the NKU Chase Family Law Society where I was able to share my enthusiasm for family law and provide resources for other students also interested in family law. In my final semester of law school, I volunteered at the Hamilton County Domestic Relations Family Law Clinic, where I assisted volunteer attorneys by working with clients to complete various court-required forms for family law related matters.
Since joining Beth Silverman & Associates in 2017 as a law clerk, and now as an attorney, I have been able to focus my practice exclusively on family law. This includes matters such as divorce, dissolution, and child custody matters. I practice in Butler, Clermont, Hamilton and Warren County. I am also trained in Collaborative Law and am a member of the Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals as well as the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.
Every area of family law and every individual case involves a variety of emotions, with no two cases being exactly alike. In recognizing this, it is my goal as an attorney to not only to provide my clients with legal information, but also to listen to them, help them make informed decisions, and assist them with their case every step of the way. I am professional, compassionate, honest, and patient with my clients, because I understand they are going through an extremely difficult and emotional time in their lives.
Having always been a problem solver, I attempt to develop creative, unique solutions for my clients. Although I try to take an amicable approach whenever possible, I understand that the needs of every case are different. Thus, I am willing and able to advocate for my clients in the courtroom when circumstances require it.
My clients are very important to me and I strive to provide the best representation from the moment they walk into my office until the completion of their case.
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