Committed to providing the highest quality legal services in the specialized field of family and matrimonial law.

Attorney

Practice Areas

Experienced Divorce Representation

Complex Property Division Issues

Spousal And Child Support

Child Custody Concerns

Post-Decree Modifications

Paternity

Prenuptial Agreements

Mediation And Arbitration Services

Cincinnati Family Law Attorneys

The law firm of Phyllis G. Bossin & Associates, A Legal Professional Association, serves clients in a broad range of family law matters, including dissolution of marriage, divorce, high asset financial and property issues, prenuptial agreements, spousal and child support, child custody matters, post-decree modifications, and paternity. Based in Cincinnati, our law firm serves clients in southwest Ohio. Our firm is recognized for providing exceptional legal representation in the complex arena of family law. Our principal, Phyllis G. Bossin, has been practicing law for several decades and is a nationally recognized matrimonial attorney.

We are committed to assisting our clients through each step of the difficult process of terminating a marriage or other relationship. We are also committed to guiding our clients through the process of entering into a prenuptial agreement with as little stress as possible while they are embarking on a new phase in their lives.

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I have found Phyllis to not only an extremely competent attorney but a very caring person. If you find yourself in a situation where you need a divorce attorney, I highly recommend Phyllis.

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