Mark Godbey

Mark Godbey - Godbey Law



Mark Godbey
Godbey Law
708 Walnut Street Suite 600
Cincinnati, OH 45202

(513) 241-6650

   

Mark Godbey
Godbey Law

Attorney Profile

(513) 241-6650


Godbey Law   Our law firm helps clients during difficult times in their life such as divorcepersonal injuries such as car accidents, bankruptcy and criminal defense. We help people get back on their feet. We help build families by handling adoptions. We also help you prepare for the future through estate planning using such documents as wills and trusts.

We serve clients in the Northern Kentucky and greater Cincinnati area, including the counties of Hamilton, Warren, Butler, and Clermont.

Personal service is our trademark. Being involved in a divorce or injured in an accident can be emotionally difficult; we understand this and work to make the legal process easier for you. We know that our success depends on the quality personal relationships we build and maintain with our clients.

Godbey Law is a full service general practice law firm.

We represent and advise clients in the areas of divorce, personal injury, family law, bankruptcy, probate and estate planning, small business representation, immigration matters and criminal law.

We provide high quality, cost effective legal services to individuals and businesses throughout Northern Kentucky, Southwestern Ohio and other Ohio counties. Our mission is to advocate for you with integrity, excellence and equality. We recognize that you rely upon your attorney’s confidence, judgment and loyalty.

Our attorneys are committed to the pursuit of excellence in the courtroom, to communicate effectively with you, and to demonstrate the strictest personal and professional ethics. We work hard to establish attorney-client relationships that will endure. Nothing is more important to us than serving you.

Call us today or send us an online message. We’ll respond promptly to your request.

 

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This compliance bundle provides 33 hours of CLE credit including the required 5 hours of ethics, professionalism, substance abuse, and mental illness awareness credit, along with the required 3 Technology credits.