Overmann Family Law, PLLC, is excited to announce its opening on May 1, 2020. O Family Law is a boutique law firm that exclusively practices family law and domestic relations in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. Family law matters include Divorce, Dissolution, Legal Separation, Adoption, Paternity, Child Custody, Child Support, Visitation, Grandparent Visitation, Co-Habitation Agreements, Nuptial Agreements, Collaborative Divorce Law, Mediation, Property, and Debt Division, Spousal Support and Maintenance, Dependency, Neglect and Abuse, Domestic Violence, and Termination of Parental Rights.
Jennifer “Jenna” Scholl Overmann is the owner of the firm and is thrilled about this new adventure. Ms. Overmann takes a client-focused approach to her cases. She explained the reason why she takes this approach, “At the end of the day, it is the client’s life and their family that is impacted by the case. It is important to stay focused on their goals and to achieve an outcome that works for them.”
Ms. Overmann went on to describe how family law is an area of the law that often deals with complex emotions. “Family law cases involve the things that are the most important to a person. We are dealing with their family, children, property, and finances. The lack of control during the process can be overwhelming and it is my job to ensure that my clients are informed and comfortable with how the case is progressing and the decisions being made.”
When addressing why a client should choose her as their attorney, Ms. Overmann commented, “Not all attorneys enjoy practicing family law cases, however, I enjoy helping people during this difficult time in their lives. I have spent my entire legal career focusing on the unique elements associated with family law matters. Family law matters require a personal touch. The client needs to be heard and feel heard. I include them in the process, explain what is going on, and work with them. While I cannot predict exactly what the outcome will be, I make sure to prepare the client for most possibilities and educate them on the choices they have to make.”