150 E 4th St #4
Cincinnati, OH 45202-4018

50 E Rivercenter Blvd #1400
Covington, KY 41011

P 513.768.9719
F 513.241.8259

Bar Admissions

  • Kentucky
  • Ohio

Matthew J. Worth

Associate

Matt Worth serves his clients in the areas of family law, estate planning and general business matters. Matt cares deeply about families, and his friendly, relatable style helps find the best solutions to each family’s individual situation. He is able to help clients with complex, contentious custody cases, such as interstate and international jurisdictional disputes and relocation cases. He also guides his clients in matters of dividing intricate financial estates, spousal support with income from multiple, complex sources; stock allocation and division and privacy and protective orders.

He also helps his clients plan for the future, assisting with convoluted family trust protection, business valuation and other trust and estate planning matters. Matt has experience in numerous aspects of litigation, including discovery, law and motion practice, client counseling, case strategy, and trial preparation.

Matthew also assists clients in “business divorces,” when partners no longer desire to continue their business relationship. This includes business dissolutions, buyouts and ownership transition.

 

 

Education

Northern Kentucky University, Chase College of Law (J.D.)
Mount St. Joseph University (B.A.)

Articles, Publications & Lectures

Community Involvement

Co-chair of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association Family Law Section

Practice Areas

  • Adoption
  • Collaborative Divorce | Dissolution
  • Mediation
  • Complex Divorce Litigation
  • Dissolutions
  • Child Custody and Support Matters
  • Spousal Support
  • Property Division
  • Trust | Estate Planning
  • Labor | Employment
  • Interstate Jurisdictional Disputes under the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Enforcement Act and Uniform Interstate Family Support Act
  • International Jurisdictional Disputes under the Hague Convention
  • Move-away Cases
  • Division of Intricate and Complicated Financial Estates
  • Stock Allocation and Division
  • Convoluted Family Trust Protection
  • Novel Custody Cases Implicating Constitutional Rights
  • Privacy and protective orders
  • Contentious Child Custody
  • Spousal Support In Cases with Income from Multiple, Complex Sources
  • Attorneys’ Fees
  • Business Valuation
  • Business “Divorce”
  • General Litigation