Stephanie A. Dietz Esq.
Jennifer Scholl Overmann Esq.
Rely On Attorneys Who Truly Care
Divorce and family law issues are as unique as the people who experience them. At the Kentucky law firm of Dietz & Overmann, PLLC, in Edgewood, our lawyers understand this because we work to get to know our clients. Our legal team offers the personalized, one-on-one attention that people who are going through life-changing events can depend on.
Our partner attorneys, Stephanie Dietz and Jennifer Scholl Overmann, have extensive experience with a range of family law matters such as divorce, child support, custody matters, and adoption. We know how important these issues are to our clients, and we work hard to earn our clients’ trust throughout the process.
Sensible Solutions In High Asset Divorces
Business leaders, high-ranking executives and professional athletes — as well as their spouses — often have unique situations that require particular knowledge from an experienced legal team. Dietz & Overmann, PLLC, is prepared to work with clients whose high net worth, diversified investment portfolios and unique tax issues are outside the scope of many other family law firms.
Asset division is considerably more complicated for high-income earning couples as well as those over age 50, who have spent many years working, saving and investing. Our dedicated attorneys are eager to put in the time and effort required to achieve exceptional results, allowing our clients to move forward with little financial anxiety.
Alternative Dispute Resolution May Make Sense For You
Not every divorce case is contentious. Our attorneys are trained in collaborative law, where the parties come together — privately — to work toward a settlement through discussion and mutual respect. By working outside of court with your lawyers as a team, the parties learn to communicate by discussing options regarding their finances and their children. This process can provide your children with a more seamless transition to their lives post-divorce and helps create an environment where the parties are more satisfied with the outcome of their divorce. They are uniquely part of the process, and do not have a judge telling them how to divide their assets and debts, and how they will raise their children.