Justin grew up crossing the Ohio River and continues to do so in helping his clients in family court in Indiana and Kentucky. He manages the firm's Indiana office and helps individuals who are not only facing a difficult divorce or separation, but who may also be facing complicated custody or child support issues that span multiple states.
Justin is also a licensed domestic relations mediator in Indiana and has been trained in the collaborative family law process for cases that do not have to go to trial. His educational background in legal studies and computer science allows him to use technology to assist in cases that involve complex financial or spousal support issues, and custody disputes that require computer and social media analysis.
His community activities include assisting at pro se divorce clinics and participating in the C.A.R.E. program, which was founded by a bankruptcy judge to help those graduating from high school avoid credit problems that can lead to financial problems and other issues within the home later in life. When he is not practicing in Kentuckiana family courts, he enjoys playing tennis and spending time with his wife, daughter and dogs at local parks.
University of Louisville Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, J.D.
Murray State University, B.S. Computer Science & Legal Studies
Indiana (including all state family courts)
Kentucky (including all state family courts)
Federal Court (Southern District of Indiana and Western/Eastern Districts of Kentucky)