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Do Lawyers Specialize in Divorce, Custody or Post Decree Litigation?

Kentucky law does not allow certification of specialty practices. Some lawyers will handle only certain cases and others will represent individuals over a variety of practice areas.  There are a few attorneys in Cincinnati and other rather large cities who may only do collaborative law, however this is unusual.  There are also some attorneys who limit there practice to juvenile law.  This may include GAL or abuse, dependency and neglect features. Generally, most attorneys who practice family law, especially in Northern Kentucky, will handle contested and uncontested divorce cases, dissolution, custody as well as post-decree issues.  The primary reason is that there are seldom enough of any one type to keep an attorney busy.  Most attorneys who practice family law and collaborative dissolution would prefer the collaborative cases over the contested litigation. Additionally, many attorneys make it part of their practice to continue representation of clients after their divorce is final, as the post-decree issues may develop.  Those post-decree issues may include modification of custody, change of parenting time, relocation issues and changes to child support.  Future and continued representation is something to discuss with your attorney when determining who to retain for custody or divorce as many attorneys charge a new retainer for each new issue. If you have questions and wish to schedule a consultation in Northern Kentucky, contact Michael W. Bouldin by email at  mwbouldin2@gmail.com or call 581-MIKE; 859-581-6453.

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