Sarah Fox - A Cordell & Cordell Cincinnati Divorce Attorney

Sarah Fox

Senior Litigation Attorney

Cincinnati divorce attorney Sarah FoxCincinnati divorce attorney Sarah Fox likes being able to help people when they need it the most. Practicing family law allows her to take a confusing and distressing time and make it easier for her client.

Ms. Fox is empathetic and compassionate, which allows her to listen to her clients’ concerns and work hard to solve them in the best way possible.

“I also try and keep my clients informed along the whole process so they have less to worry about,” Ms. Fox said.

Divorce cases are never easy, and you do not always get exactly what you want, but it is important o fight for a fair and equitable resolution.

“Children need both parents, and if their parents can separate and move forward in a healthy and productive way, they will benefit greatly,” she said.

Licenses & Admissions

Ms. Fox is licensed to practice in Ohio and Kentucky.

Education

Ms. Fox earned her juris doctor from the University of Akron School of Law. She received her Bachelor of Arts in economics and political science from Ohio University.

Professional Experience

Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Fox served as an administrative hearing officer for the Butler County Child Support Enforcement Agency. She then went into private practice as a solo practitioner and practiced in multiple family law areas (custody, paternity, divorce, adoption, and abuse, neglect, and dependency cases) and in criminal defense.

She also obtained mediation training in general and domestic relations mediation. She most recently worked for a municipality, where she prosecuted criminal cases, wrote ordinances for City Council, conducted union negotiations, and represented the city in all civil litigations.

Associations

  • Ohio Bar Association, 2016
  • Warren County Bar Association, 2010

Speeches, Seminars, & Publications

  • Co-authored an article titled, “Social Media: Children’s Lawyer’s Friend and Foe,” published by the American Bar Association on January 15, 2015, in their Children’s Rights Litigation section.