Amy Keating successfully navigates clients through a variety of family law matters, including divorce, dissolution, child custody, child and spousal support, prenuptial agreements, and complex marital estates.
Amy graduated summa cum laude from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law and was admitted to the bar in 2006. Since then, she has focused her practice on family law, representing clients in both litigation and alternative dispute resolution processes. Amy joined Zashin & Rich in 2012, adding her skills and experience to the already-dynamic family law team.
Amy's practice includes the following areas:
- Dividing complex marital estates, including investment properties, business interests, unusual investments, mineral rights, complicated retirement plans, and separate property issues;
- Evaluating business and partnership interests for division in divorce;
- Researching and analyzing records to identify misappropriated or hidden marital assets;
- Drafting, interpreting, and evaluating the enforceability of prenuptial agreements;
- Crafting tailored temporary and permanent spousal and child support plans;
- Allocating parental rights and responsibilities;
- Issues concerning parental relocation;
- Custody matters involving psychological expert testimony;
- Domestic violence matters; and
- Handling post-decree issues of enforcement and non-disclosed or omitted assets.
Amy enjoys seeking creative solutions to challenging family law matters. Outside of her work, Amy applies her creative thinking to music, cooking, sports, running, books, and engagement in the community.