We recognize how challenging it can be to find an attorney you can trust to help you effectively resolve complicated legal issues threatening those important relationships and family members in your life. We try to set ourselves apart from other family law and divorce lawyers in Louisville, Kentucky via our commitment to provide experienced attorneys who provide steady counsel, responsive service and the powerful advocacy that our clients deserve.
We understand that family law is an important and sensitive area. For example, divorce can be one of the most traumatic and difficult events that you, your children, and your extended family will ever go through. Especially when children are involved, even a divorce that begins amicably can quickly take a turn for the worse, and you need to feel confident that your legal advocate will proceed with a keen understanding of the complex nature of the relationships involved in such proceedings. When you call the law offices of Darby Smith, you can rest assured that you are speaking with a Louisville divorce lawyer who is dedicated to the best interests of you, your children, and your extended family.
When property division is involved, it is important that you and your Louisville divorce lawyer take the right action to ensure you are treated fairly and that your interests are protected. We will take every step possible to ensure your interests and family is protected.
If you need help with the dissolution of your marriage, custody and visitation negotiations, modification of child support, or another matter being handled in a Kentucky family court, we will be happy to discuss your options. We invite you to contact us at 502-585-8592 to schedule an initial consultation to discuss your family law issues. Our law office hours are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please note that we accept major credit cards for your convenience.
- Dissolution of Marriage
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Child Support
- Property Division
For the 10/12 Amendments effective 1/13, see AMENDMENTS TO FCRRP