An attorney that cares about your case and your well-being.
Informed and confident representation focused on making you feel secure.
Located in Louisville, Kentucky, Fleur de Law is a family law firm that incorporates years of experience in social work into providing holistic legal representation.
I understand how intimidating the system is when it comes to family law. This is why I strive to be an attorney you can fully trust in.
We focus on a wide array of family law cases, including domestic violence, divorces, child custody cases, and adoptions.
What our clients are saying.
Samantha is an absolute Godsend!!!! From the initial consultation through the judge signing off on my divorce, she was compassionate, supportive and a force to be reckoned with! With her background in social work, she understood the mental and emotional toll that the process was taking on me and she took the time to be sure that I was comfortable with everything that was happening. I cannot recommend her highly enough!!!
What Makes Us Unique
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You should feel safe with the attorney you work with, and Fleur de Law prides itself in caring about you as much as we care about your case.
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Frequently asked questions
Our office is located at 514 S 5th St. Suite 102, Louisville, KY 40202.
We offer a free initial consultation to map your case and prepare for the best course of action.
Any information you have is valuable to our work on the case, so any documents, testimonials, or paperwork you have will be more than useful in our meeting.
Samantha Hall, our lead attorney, will personally handle your case.
Many family law cases can often be settled outside of court via mediation or settlement negotiations. If either of these options does not resolve your case, you will likely need to appear at a hearing or a trial. Your attorney will be present at every hearing and will ensure that you are fully prepared.
Though it is expected for both parties to cover any divorce or custody process fees, Kentucky law makes it so that, if there is a significant disparity in income, one of the parties may be responsible for the other party’s fees.