Mr. Ewing is now at McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland

Ross Ewing has joined the law firm of McBrayer, McGinnis, Leslie & Kirkland. You can contact him there by email or by calling (859) 231-8780.

Recent Recognitions

In January 2013, Mr. Ewing was admitted to practice law before the United States Supreme Court.

Mr. Ewing was also named 2010 Attorney of the Year by the Fayette County Bar Association Pro Bono Program "for his efforts to make access to justice a reality for all."

Mr. Ewing in the News

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Ross Ewing is an experienced family law attorney who will work to help you and your family through the transitions that come your way. Some situations he can help you with include:

Mr. Ewing exhibits calm under fire in some of the most difficult situations people face in their personal lives.  He helps his clients resolve their divorce, custody and child support issues with fair, livable, and workable solutions.  Mr. Ewing also recognizes that family ties extend beyond a single household.  He works with grandparents and other relatives to maintain those bonds in times of crisis.

Not one of "those" attorneys 

There are plenty of clichés and jokes about attorneys, especially divorce attorneys.  Mr. Ewing works hard not to be one of “those” attorneys.  He strongly believes that the court system should not be used for spite or payback, particularly when there are children involved. 

But some people seem to think that the slogan “make sure you have an attorney who will fight for you” means you should hire a legal adversary, not an advocate.  There are plenty of therapists who are better suited to help those folks find an appropriate outlet for their understandable anger and frustration in divorces and other family cases. 

Mr. Ewing instead offers the services of an attorney who knows the law, remains even-keeled, and represents each family’s particular needs and situation in the way best suited to healthy resolution. 

To contact Mr. Ewing, click here or call (859) 231-8780.