When the foundation of your family is shaken by issues that are serious enough to bring you to court, an experienced Family Law & Divorce Attorney can be an invaluable resource in trying to maintain financial independence and adequate parenting time.
Whether you are seeking to end your marriage, pursue child custody and child support, or divide property, the Family Law Attorneys at Ziegler & Schneider will handle your case diligently and with sensitivity.
Sometimes families are lucky enough to enjoy the addition of a member through adoption. Even that joyous occasion requires an attorney to help coordinate detailed paperwork and court appearances to ensure the process happens smoothly so your new child can join your family as soon as possible.
Learn how the Z&S Family Law & Divorce Attorneys can help protect you and your family as you all adjust to changing dynamics.
Our Family Law Attorneys can assist you with
- Divorce & Dissolution
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Parenting Time
- Domestic Partnership
- Division of Property and Debt
- Prenuptial Agreements
What Our Clients Say
Ms. Pleatman was professional, kind and looked out for my children's best interest. When times were stressful and difficult, Ms. Pleatman was calm, confident and got the job done efficiently and with grace.
Great Firm TOM & Matt Smith along with Justin Sanders. Lawyers and a firm you can trust. The other attorney that we have worked with are top notch.
First time I needed to use an attorney in this capacity. I was not sure what to do or what questions to ask, but Mr. Sanders guided me through this ordeal, and I could not be happier with the time and conclusion of my case.
Awesome attorneys! Staff is superb. Could not ask for any better!
Michael Baker is a wonderful lawyer for bankruptcy issues. He really helps the consumer through the bankruptcy with dignity.
Ziegler & Schneider, PSC, is pleased to announce that it now offers Mediation services for Family Law cases and disputes. Attorney Shane Sidebottom is now listed with the Administrative Office...
As of July 1, 2018, KRS 403.270 will be amended, and Kentucky law will officially recognize that parents involved in a custody or divorce case will have the statutory right to petition the Court for...