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An Experienced Hand To Guide You Through A Difficult Time

No marriage begins with the expectation of an eventual divorce. The reality, however, is that relationships can fade, and a dissolution of marriage is sometimes necessary. If you find yourself approaching a divorce, it is important to have an experienced attorney on your side who can fight for your best interests.

We work with divorcing individuals in Covington, Kentucky, and its surrounding areas. At Russell & Ireland Law Group, LLC, our family law attorneys take a compassionate approach to each case — we understand that you are going through a difficult time, and we want to help you in every possible way we can.

Committed Representation Can Help You Reach A Positive Result

A divorce can be a uniquely stressful life event. There are often numerous assets at stake, and when children are involved the proceedings can be especially complex. We assist clients with several matters related to divorce and family law, including:

  • Filing for divorce
  • Navigating the process of legal separation
  • Establishing legal and physical custody agreements
  • Assisting with the division of marital property
  • Arranging for alimony and child support

At Russell & Ireland Law Group, LLC, our lawyers know that divorce is rarely simple. When you and your family are processing a significant transition, it is crucial that you have an attorney on your side who cares about your objectives. We offer our clients sympathetic counsel coupled with the passion and tenacity to achieve the best possible outcome.

Contact Us Today For A Free Consultation

If you need a divorce attorney, call us today at 859-535-0180. We can arrange for a free consultation so that we may better grasp your situation. We are also available by email through our contact page.

Our family is here to help you and yours — contact us today to find out how. From our office in Covington, we proudly help clients throughout northern Kentucky and Ohio.