My cases are concentrated on post-decree modifications and never married parents, Grandparent's visitation, Contempt, Domestic Violence orders, Modifications of parenting plans, Reallocation of Parenting Rights.
8190 A Beechmont Avenue
Cincinnati OH 45255
I offer a free 30 minute consultation.
My fee for NOLO clients is $175.00 per hour for Child Custody cases.
I require a retainer between $500-$1,500.00.
I do accept payment plans.
Monday-Friday 9:30-5:00. Saturday: By appointment
Laurie Gibson, Esq.
I speak a little French.
My rates are very competitive. Because I am a solo practitioner, I am free from the high expenses of larger firms, and I pass that savings on to my clients.
I am always willing to work in a collaborative way to resolve the conflicts. However, should that not be a viable option for my client, I will go to court.
I do require a fee for family law cases, however, I am active in the community and church.
I accept payment plans for the many who require that type of payment accommodation.
I treat your case as if it were my own. I handle your case with dedication to your cause, passion for your victory, and strategic legal preparation.
I believe it is important for my clients to understand the law and the legal process regarding their cases. I help them to become enlightened in the area of law in which they are dealing.
Yes. I am willing to work with someone who wants an attorney to act only as a consultant.
My strength and style hallmark is the amount of personal attention and communication you will receive from me. I do take your case very seriously. I do understand that your child/dren are of utmost importance to you in this life. I do understand that child custody matters are not to be treated lightly.
I enjoy partnering with parents who do what they can to help their children have safe, happy, and successful lives.
Laurie's law practice is located in Anderson Township where she has lived for 15 years. She currently provides legal services with a concentration in child custody/visitation, post-decree modifications, reallocation of parental rights, paternity, and social security disability law. Laurie is a bold and effective advocate who will do all she can in the pursuit of justice for all of her clients, both SSD clients and family law clients.
"I treat your case as if it were my own. I handle your case with dedication to your cause, passion for your victory, and strategic legal preparation. And, I understand what it's like to be a parent. I know how important your children are to you. I respect parents who will go out of their way to sacrifice and to legally pursue their parental rights to maintain and protect their relationship with their children. I will support you and guide you through that legal process."
Laurie also has a special understanding of the life of those who battle disabilities. She is the mother of a 22 year- old beautiful daughter who has multiple disabilities. "She is a source of great joy and blessing to me and my family.
Throughout her college career, Laurie participated in Debate, Model United Nations, Rotaract- as president of that club. After earning her undergraduate degree in Economics, Laurie developed the curriculum for and taught a Macro Economics course and a Parenting course at the University of Tennessee.
During law school, she interned at Hamilton County Prosecutor's office in the Children's Services Abuse/Neglect/Dependency division where she represented Job and Family Services regarding adjudication of parental rights. Now, Laurie serves clients throughout Hamilton and Clermont counties.
Because I am a solo practitioner, I am free from the high expenses of larger firms, and I pass that savings on to my clients.
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