Areas of Practice

Elizabethtown Family Law helps individuals and families achieve fair and equitable resolutions in challenging family-related legal matters. Our family law services encompass a range of legal support, including guidance and representation in cases such as divorce, child custody and visitation, spousal and child support, adoption, paternity disputes, domestic violence, and prenuptial agreements. We can assist you in navigating complex legal processes while advocating for your rights and interests.

Adoption and Termination of Parental Rights

We can provide invaluable assistance throughout the adoption process, guiding prospective parents through the legal requirements, paperwork, and necessary court proceedings.

Or, in cases where termination of parental rights is sought, we can help gather and present evidence to support the termination petition, navigate the legal complexities, and advocate for the best interests of the child involved, ensuring compliance with relevant laws and regulations.


In a divorce case, we can provide essential support and guidance, helping clients understand their rights, navigate the legal process, and negotiate and draft agreements regarding property division, spousal support, child custody, and child support.

We can also represent clients in court, advocating for your interests and striving for a fair and equitable resolution while minimizing emotional stress and ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

Legal Separation

We can provide valuable assistance in a legal separation by guiding you through the process, explaining your rights and obligations, and helping you negotiate and draft a separation agreement that addresses important issues such as division of assets, child custody and support, and spousal support.

We can also advocate for your interests in court if necessary, ensuring that their rights are protected throughout the legal separation proceedings.

Custody, Visitation, Parenting Time

As a firm specializing in custody, visitation, and parenting time, we can provide vital support in resolving disputes between parents. We assist our clients in understanding their rights, advocating for their desired custody or visitation arrangement, and navigating the legal process.

We can also help negotiate agreements, present evidence to support your position, and represent them in court if necessary, all with the goal of protecting the best interests of the children involved.

Dependency, Neglect, or Abuse of a Child

When parents are involved in child protection services cases related to dependency, neglect, or abuse of a child, we can play a crucial role in advocating for the parents’ rights and interests.

We can provide legal advice, guide parents through the complex child protection process, help gather and present evidence, challenge allegations, represent parents in court hearings, and work towards achieving a resolution that ensures the safety and well-being of the child while protecting the parents’ rights to the extent possible.

DNA Paternity Testing

Paternity law legally recognizes a child’s biological father, who is established through genetic testing. We can help expedite this process and ensure your spouse provides the support your child needs.

Child Support

Establishing the financial support you need from your ex-spouse to care for your children after a divorce or separation is imperative. We can set an agreement that is equitable to everyone and ensures you have the assistance you require.

Protections Orders and Domestic Violence

We can provide critical support to individuals facing domestic violence issues by helping them obtain protection orders.

We guide our clients through the legal process, assist in documenting instances of abuse, advocate for their rights in court, and ensure that the necessary legal measures are taken to protect their safety and well-being.

Grandparent’s Rights

In the state of Kentucky, grandparents may sue for visitation rights if the visitation is shown to be in the child’s best interest. Grandparents may also petition for visitation if the child’s parents have lost their parental rights. Contact us for more information.

Prenuptial Agreements

Typically, a prenuptial agreement is entered into by two adults who plan to marry and wish to separate their assets, income, or other areas of their lives before they are legally bound to each other. These agreements may include terms of forfeiture of assets or loss of guardianship if a divorce occurs due to infidelity or other conditions.

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Without legal counsel, you may find the money, time, and emotional investment you’ve invested fall flat. Elizabethtown Family Law offers counsel that can help you avoid any legal pitfalls and ensure you have the best possible chance for supporting your family.

We have worked with countless families. No matter the family legal issues you’re facing, we’ll strive to see you get the best possible outcome. Attorney Maegan Wren will listen to you, take the time to research your case thoroughly, and offer practical solutions that will bring positive outcomes.