150 N. Michigan Ave. Ste. 1420
Chicago, IL 60601

Bonnie M. Brown

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Contact Information

4205 Springhurst Blvd.
Suite 201
Louisville KY 40241-6160
Work (502) 412-9190 ext 226
Fax (502) 412-9196

Practice State



Practice emphasizes Traditional Client Representation and Litigation


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Legal Organizations

Member: Kentucky Bar Assn., Family Law Section, Past Chair; Louisville Bar Assn., Family Law Section, Past Chair; American Bar Assn., Family Law Section; Kentucky Justice Assn. (formerly Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorney's), Family Law Section Editor, 1995-2002, The Advocate; Kentucky Collaborative Family Network; International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers; International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.


A 2010 "Woman of Distinction" From Center for Women and Families; Martindale-Hubbell Rating-AV; Received H.E.R. (Honoring Excellent Role Models) Award, Today's Woman Magazine for Leading Legislative Reform of Kentucky's Spousal Sexual Assault Statute, February 2001; Certificate of Recognition, Jefferson Family Court, 1995

CLE Presentations

Selected Venues: AAML/KY; University of Kentucky Biennial Family Law Institute; Kentucky Bar Assn.; Louisville Bar Assn.; National Business Institute, Kentucky Collaborative Family Network. Selected Topics; "Attaching Closely Held Stock and Member Interests in LLCS" (2007); "Ethics for Attorneys" (Collaborative) (2007); "Best Practices for the Difficult Ethical Dilemmas in Family Law" (2007); "Forensic Accounting and Valuation in Divorce" (2006); "Rehabilitative Maintenance - Not Always in Kentucky" (2003); "The Alimony Case - Using Experts Effectively"; "QDRO's and Pensions" (1999); "Hidden and Dissipated Assets: Location and Investigative Accounting" (1999); "Representing Parties in Family Law Matters Involving Child Sexual Abuse" (1997); Moderator, "What Family Court Judges Want You to Know" (2008); "The Round Peg Fits The Square Hole: Collaborative Practice Can Be Ethically Accomplished Under Adversarial Rules" (2010); "Internationalization of Family Law" (2010).


"Having Our Collaborative Say, the Kentucky Way," The Review, Jan/Feb 2010, a publication of Resolution First for Family Law; "How the Commonwealth of Kentucky, USA Addresses Children's Relocation With One Parent," IAML Newsletter, December 2009; Co-Author "Searching for Cash Hidden in Securities" Family Advocate, American Bar Assn., Family Law Section, (2003); "Advancing Attorney's Fees: Leveling The Playing Field for the Less Financially Secure Spouse," KBA Family Law Quarterly (June 1991); Co-Author, Domestic Relations With Tax Analysis, West Publishing Co., Supplement, 1985, 1988; Editor, Kentucky Appellate Handbook, Banks-Baldwin, 1985; "Relief for the Appellate Advocate, Kentucky Bench and Bar, 1985; Selected Articles for The Advocate; "Three Pony Rule Does Not Mean You Can Treat Your Horses Better Than Your Children" (2002); "Visitation Revisted Parenting Schedules, Co-Parenting, and More" (2001); "On a Wing and a Prayer: Qualified Domestic Relations Orders (QDRO) and Division of Retirement Benefits" (1999); "Child Support in Kentucky: Problems Post Guidelines" (1998); "Will Your Client Be Left Holding the Marital Bag?: Fault, Freedom, and Fairness" (1996);

AAML National

Chair, Interdisciplinary Committee 2008 - 2010.

AAML Chapter

AAML/Ky Treasurer 1999 - 2001.

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