Maria A. Fernandez

Attorney
Although I never met my grandfather, his legacy as a lawyer in Spain planted within me a deep feeling of intrigue about practicing law. As a kid here in the U.S., that seed of curiosity only grew as I watched my father organize a union and push for fair wages and work conditions. Today, I carry on that legacy by working to protect the rights of my own clients.

Douglas S. Haynes

Attorney
You could say that advocacy runs in my family. My brother and I were raised by two parents who were determined to put an end to segregation, and we both grew up to become attorneys. To this day, the novel To Kill a Mockingbird still fuels my need to help others by reminding me of my parents’ passion and the impact of standing up for what’s right.

Joseph A. Moloney

Attorney
As a third generation attorney. I have an extremely in-depth understanding of just how much clients have to go through when they're facing a legal dispute. That's why I strive to ensure that my clients are getting the answers they seek and the support they need.

Ashlea N. Hellmann

Attorney
I am a trial attorney licensed to practice in Kentucky. My practice is focused in several areas including Criminal Law, Family Law, Estate Planning, Probate and Administration, Civil Rights Law, and Personal Injury.

Hishem A. Alsalman

Law Clerk/Legal Assistant
As a first-generation American and college-student, I bring strong vision, work-ethic, and pride to our law practice. I focus my work in Corporate law and Criminal law, but I have also worked on Personal Injury, Estate Planning, Family law, and Immigration law matters. I am a student member of the Cincinnati and Louisville Bar Associations and am fluent in Arabic as a native speaker.