Alecia practices exclusively family law cases. She can offer insightful advice and will apply all her experience to your case. There are patterns and trends in family law which Alecia stays attuned to because she has devoted her career to the focus of family law.
Alecia was president of the Fayette County Bar Domestic Relations
section and attends most all the monthly trainings. She currently serves on the Child Protection and Domestic Violence committee of the Kentucky Bar. She was selected to attend the Kentucky Bar Leadership Conference in 2018. The National Academy of Family Law Attorneys selected her as a top ten family law attorney under forty in the Commonwealth of Kentucky for 2018.
Mediation can be a safe time and place to tell one’s story to the other side and feel heard.
What makes divorce so terrifying is the unknown, all the unanswered questions that keep you awake at night. We are here to answer those questions.
The goal is to maximize quality time with both parents so that children are not deprived of strong bonds with both their parents.
By taking care of your self and using all the resources around you, you will be in the best posture to achieve the most promising legal result.
As former President of Fayette County Bar Family Law Section, I understand the ins and outs of Kentucky's family legal code and work to represent the interests of my clients across our Commonwealth. I believe the first step for any attorney is listening to their clients. A highly trained mediator, I use my experience and perspective to ensure your rights are protected and your desires are met.
Alecia...is caring, honest, compassionate, and understands her clients. This has been such an emotional ride for me and she was there for me from the start. She was the only one who really understood me. She is absolutely amazing! Alecia is very professional and led me every step of the way to finalize my divorce. Highly recommended!
Best attorney ever. Always there for me when I needed her and was always 100% honest and upfront with me. The end result of my case was better than I could've imagined.