Following law school, Cincinnati divorce attorney Thomas Meade worked as a mediator in the Department of Justice. There, he picked up invaluable problem-solving skills that have come in handy as he honed his focus on practicing family law.
“I have always valued interpersonal application of the law and I consider myself a problem-solver,” Mr. Meade said. “… Applying those problem-solving skills to an area that really needs it, family law, was an initial motivation of mine. For the sake of my clients, I want to be not only the best litigator I can be, but more importantly the best problem-solver I can be.”
Going through a divorce can be overwhelming and difficult to grasp everything that is happening. Mr. Meade carefully explains minutiae of family law to his clients and promises to guide them through each step of the process.
“We all have a sense of fairness,” Mr. Meade said. “That is not something you need to check at the door for this process, but you must subordinate it to the law. My role in this process is to help you understand the impact of the law and help determine an outcome that is acceptable and comports, to the extent possible, to your innate sense of fairness.”