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Bill Hoge -- Louisville Family Law Attorney

Attorney William L. Hoge, III practiced law in Louisville, KY for more than forty-five years.  His clients knew they could rely on his decades of legal experience and knowledge as a divorce lawyer to help them solve complex legal disputes in Family Law, whether in Louisville and Jefferson County and in LaGrange and Oldham County.

Throughout his career, he was an active member of the Kentucky Bar Association, the Louisville Bar Association and many other legal industry organizations.

Though he is retired now, Bill continues to consult with the attorneys of Hoge Partners, PLLC on clients' legal matters and remains of counsel to the firm.

The majority of Mr. Hoge's practice was dedicated to Family Law and being of service to people going through the divorce process in Kentucky, individuals needing assistance with post-divorce matters (child support, custody, visitation, etc.), victims of domestic violence and others needing legal representation in subjects relating to Domestic Relations law.

A native Louisvillian, Bill Hoge attended the University of Louisville and graduated from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.

Trailblazer in Alternative Dispute Resolution

A Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Bill was at the forefront in the introduction of alternative dispute resolution methods such as Family Law mediationarbitration and particularly collaborative law in Louisville and Kentucky.

Bill Hoge was a founding member of the Kentucky Collaborative Family Law Network, a consortium of Louisville attorneys, financial professionals and mental health practitioners specially trained in the art of collaborative divorce.

He was one of the founders of Family Law Solutions, PLLC, a network of specially trained Louisville lawyers dedicated to the use of Family Law mediation to resolve difficult and complex divorce cases.

Bill Hoge's services as a mediator allowed him to help litigants resolve even seemingly hopeless, high-conflict situations.

In August 2007, Billy Hoge was interviewed by ABCNews.com for a story on trends in the filing of new divorces as summer draws to a close.  The story was published 08/28/2007 as "End of Summer, Time for a Divorce?  Divorce Lawyers Say More Couples Split Up at the End of Summer".

Billy was featured in an March 14, 2008 article in Business First of Louisville, Kentucky on the subject of hotly contested or high-conflict divorce actions (External link to article: "What are the most emotional cases you encounter as an attorney?").

Bill Hoge's law practice was devoted for many years to handling divorcedomestic relationsparental rightschild visitationchild supportchild custody, advocating for fathers' rightsdomestic violenceEPOs, DVOs, maintenance and alimonydivision of marital propertyrestoration of non-marital propertyestablishment of paternity, parenting plansco-parentingproperty settlement agreementspost-divorce actions, international and domestic parental abductions or kidnapping, annulmentsQDROs (Qualified Domestic Relations Orders) for the division of pension and retirement benefits, as well as prenuptial agreementscohabitation agreements and business valuations.

Hoge Partners, PLLC cannot offer free legal advice!  The act of contacting this office through e-mail or this website does NOT constitute the creation of an attorney-client relationship.