Kristie A. Karl
Kristie is a lifelong resident of Northern Kentucky. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Thomas More College. A second-generation attorney, Kristie’s love of the law began at an early age admiring and helping her father in his law practice. Her first summer jobs were working for local attorneys and law firms, a path she continued throughout college and law school. She went on to earn her Juris Doctorate from Salmon P. Chase College of Law. Kristie was awarded multiple scholarships and honors during her academic career.
Kristie has successfully represented clients in state and federal courts in Ohio and Kentucky since 1999. Kristie has served as an adjunct professor and a lecturer on the law. She is trained in collaborative family law, and her primary practice for more than seventeen years has been all aspects of family law.
Kristie is a bona fide foodie who enjoys exploring different cuisines and fine wine. She enjoys cooking, baking, and custom cake decorating and is constantly seeking out new experiences and challenges in the cooking arts. Kristie and her husband enjoy traveling and are always on the hunt for their next travel adventure. Family is foremost in her list of priorities. She is never more content than when surrounded by her many nieces and nephews as she hosts a craft party or sleepover.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
– Child Custody/Child Support
– Post Decree Modification
– Spousal Support/Maintenance
– Prenuptial Agreements
– Grandparents Rights
– Civil Domestic Violence
– Salmon P. Chase College of Law, 1999
– Thomas More College, 1998
– Ohio, 1999
– U. S. District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky, 2001
– Kentucky, 2001
– Kentucky Bar Association
– Cincinnati Bar Association
– Cincinnati Bar Association, Domestic Relations Committee
– Cincinnati Volunteer Lawyers Project