Tiffany Evans represents individuals in all matters related to family law, including divorce, dissolution, legal separation, support actions, paternity actions, pre-marital agreements, custody matters, parenting time matters, and abuse and neglect proceedings. She is an advocate for children as a Guardian ad Litem in custody cases in Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court, as well as in Probate Court cases. 

Prior to joining Keating Muething & Klekamp, Tiffany was an associate at Mayerson Abramowitz & Kahn, LLP in New York City, a Tier 1 Matrimonial Law Firm, which has consistently been recognized in New York's "Best Lawyers in America." Tiffany appreciates the art of delicate negotiation in high conflict situations, while recognizing that some cases require a more robust approach. Whatever the dynamic of the case, her most important objective is to minimize the level of dysfunction and pain experienced by families that are litigating while always protecting her client’s interests. 

Tiffany has significant experience handling complex child custody and child-related matters. Prior to working at Mayerson, she was a child advocacy attorney at the Children's Law Center in the Bronx, New York, where she represented abused children in custody, visitation, and abuse and neglect cases. She continues to serve the community in her work as a Guardian ad Litem in Hamilton, Warren, and Clermont Counties. She is also a trained Collaborative Law attorney.

Before working at the Children's Law Center, Tiffany was a corporate associate in the New York office of Blank Rome, LLP.

Professional and Community Involvement

Cincinnati Bar Association, member of Domestic Relations Committee, Juvenile Law Committee, Young Lawyers Section, Lawyers for the Arts, Women Lawyers, Estate Planning & Probate Committee, and Firm Liaison to Volunteer Committee

Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Member

Professional Leadership Network, Member

Ohio Bar Association

New York Bar Association

Awards & Recognition

Cincinnati Bar Association's Women Lawyers Committee, Voice Award - 2016 Rising Star Recipient

YWCA Rising Star Award, 2016

News & Resources

Other Publications

“VAWA Reauthorization May Fail to Protect the Most Vulnerable,” New York Law Journal, February 26, 2013 (contributor)

“The Curious Case of the Mistake Prenuptial Agreement: When a Mutual Mistake is not a Mutual Mistake,” New York Law Journal, October 22, 2012 (contributor)

“The Line in the Sand: Custody When Parents Face Alcohol and Substance Abuse,” New York Law Journal, May 29, 2012 (co-author)


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  • New York


J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 2007

Stella Adler Studio of Acting, 2004

B.A., University of Virginia, 2000

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