Q&A Video Series
Goldberg Simpson is a full-service law firm and regional leader with attorneys who practice in a wide-range of areas of litigation. To continue to serve as a premier legal resource for clients in Louisville and across the region, Goldberg Simpson has developed the “Q&A Video Series” featuring our attorneys as they speak on specific issues to help you better understand your situation and your options.
Attorney Expertise in Divorce
Goldberg Simpson’s “The Q&A Series” continues with attorney Troy Demuth discussing the legal options for a couple going through divorce. DeMuth concentrates his practice in the area of family law, including divorce and child custody. Watch as he explains when and why an attorney should be involved in the divorce process. He also discusses how the divorce process differs when children are involved and what advice he has for someone going through the emotional process of divorce.
Personal Injury Law and motor vehicle accidents
Goldberg Simpson Partner Kevin Weis leads the firm's Personal Injury practice group - a group with more than 100 years of collective experience in personal injury claims. In this installment of The Q&A Series, Weis discusses why it's important to have a plan ready in case you're involved in a motor vehicle accident. Watch as Weis details the first things you should do if you are injured in an accident and shares what advice he would give someone who has been in a motor vehicle accident.
Family Law and Grandparents' Rights
Goldberg Simpson’s Family Law attorney Allison Russell speaks on the important subject of grandparents’ rights. What rights do grandparents have? Can grandparents sue for the rights to see their grandchildren? What usually instigates most cases? Watch as Russell answers all these questions and explains why Goldberg Simpson is uniquely qualified to handle these cases.
Goldberg Simpson culture, community involvement and ethics
Goldberg Simpson’s Managing Partner, Jon Goldberg, discusses why community involvement is so important and points to the firm’s ethical standards as a top reason why clients continually remain with the firm. Watch as he provides an inside look at his unique managing philosophy and examines the difference you’ll see when working with Goldberg Simpson.
Real Estate Law and the complexities of community associations
Goldberg Simpson attorney Mark J. Sandlin speaks about landlord – tenant relations and what actions boards can take to handle owner violations. Watch as Sandlin also discusses common misconceptions about commercial real estate and various new amendments that are becoming more prevalent with homeowners associations.
When your Second Amendment Rights are unfairly taken away
Constitutional Law & Appeals attorney Aaron J. Silletto explains the need to have representation as it relates to second amendment rights and what to do if your second amendment rights are ever wrongfully taken. Silletto also describes a new Kentucky statute that expunges low-level felony convictions and offers an opportunity at a fresh start for gun owners that want the ability to defend themselves and their family.
Family Law and the intricacies of dependency, neglect and abuse cases
Family Law attorney, Troy Demuth, explains when to involve an attorney, what’s at stake without attorney representation and what to look for when choosing representation.
Construction Law and the choice of mediation vs. litigation
The Q&A Series takes a look at Alternative Dispute Resolution with Steve Smith of Goldberg Simpson’s Construction & Insurance Defense Group. Watch as he explains facilitative mediation, discusses why someone may choose for mediation over litigation, and how mediation is handled in the construction community.
The complexities of Employment Law
Labor and Employment attorney, Jan West, discusses the complexities of employment law. Watch as she addresses why employment law can be complex, details common discriminatory practices and what advice she has for both employers and employees.
Family Law and the difficult discussion of family mediation
Family Law attorney Mitchell A. Charney tackles the difficult discussion of family mediation. With Goldberg Simpson since 1981, Charney details what issues should be resolved first in family mediation, how to keep the child’s best interests at hand and what advice he has for people going through divorce.
Trusts and Estates Law, and the probate process
Trusts and Estates attorney Kelli Brown details what probate is, why it’s important and whether an attorney is necessary for the probate process. Brown also discusses what tasks a person can handle themselves while navigating this process and what options a person has if probate was not handled correctly.
Family Law and same-sex divorce
Goldberg Simpson attorney, Louis I. Waterman addresses how handling same-sex divorce differs from other divorce cases, and speaks on other common issues surrounding same-sex divorce.