Mark C. Eppley
For the past decade, Attorney Mark C. Eppley has been helping families in the greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area with their needs in Domestic Relations/Family, Juvenile, Criminal, Civil Litigation and Ohio Workers’ Compensation cases.
Attorney Eppley holds a degree in Psychology and Political Science from Calvin College and earned his Juris Doctorate from Ohio Northern University in 2005.
As a Cincinnati native Mark attended Loveland Schools, graduating from Loveland High School, making him in tune with local issues and circumstances particular to our region.
He holds active licenses in Ohio, Kentucky and Pennsylvania, and with regards to Federal Court he is licensed in the Southern District of Ohio, and Western District of Kentucky, and has Pro Hac Viced numerous times into Florida. This allows him to help a broader range of clients who live outside the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area.
Committed to the Community
Mark is a foster parent and frequently gives educational seminars to current or potential foster parents on the benefits of foster care for the child and family; disadvantages of foster parenting for both the foster parent and the child; real life struggles as a foster parent; what to expect when going to court; positively assisting in the process of helping the child return to their biological parents or family; what transition back to the family involves; how to prepare for the heart-warming and the tear-jerking emotional ups and downs of foster parenting; and adoption of a foster child.
Given the complex nature of the cases Mark takes on, and in dealing with the foster care system, he believed it was important to offer the community a FREE Mobile Child Custody Management APP. CUSTODY101.COM This convenient App allows clients to communicate with the child(ren)’s other parents in an electronic medium that encourages civility. One of the highlights of the APP is its GPS tracking module for drop offs and pick ups of the child(ren), thus eliminating the he said/she said about arrival and departure times, which is an area he has seen causes a tremendous amount of tension for parents. You can also track expenses, share calendar events, and log child support payments. The APP has many features, and is able to be sent directly to an Attorney, Guardian ad Litem, case worker, or the court. He hopes you check it out today!
Attorney Eppley also shares his passion for law and teaches Moot Court to local high school students and coaches them to have the skills needed to not only participate in Moot Court Competitions, but effectively communicate their position and have a positive accomplishment.
Attorney Mark C. Eppley has successfully helped thousands of clients with their Domestic Relations/ Family, Juvenile, Criminal, Civil Litigation, Ohio Workers’ Compensation and other related litigation cases.
He believes in the power of family and that when the family unit changes in divorce cases, and yes, even in criminal cases, special care must be taken to keep balance as the family is reorganized, not dissolved.
Attorney Eppley is committed to continually improving himself as a respected attorney though involvement in a variety of professional organizations. He’s a current member of the Cincinnati Bar Association, the Ohio State Bar Association, The Kentucky Bar Association, Northern Kentucky Bar Association and the American Bar Association.
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Working With Attorney Mark Eppley
Attorney Eppley believes in having a strong work ethic and is always willing to accommodate clients. His previous clients state that they are very pleased at his ability to meet outside of normal working hours and take care of paperwork over the weekend to expedite their case. He strives to explain all aspects of the case in an easy to understand manner, leaving out the jargon that is common between lawyers. He’s approachable and shows compassion to clients as they go through life altering circumstances.
The courtroom can be an intimidating place, and Attorney Eppley prepares his clients for what they may encounter, limiting anxiety and surprises. Mark stands on his convictions in the courtroom and is firm as he advocates for clients. He’s a strong negotiator and litigator, with a keen sense of when to go with a settlement and when to stay at the table and fight for more.