Mary K. Armacost, Esq.

After graduation from Oak Hills High School, I began working with a local county children’s services agency. I wanted to play a more active role in assisting troubled families so I decided to go to law school. I received my undergraduate Degree in International Relations from the University of Cincinnati and then went to Salmon P. Chase College of Law for my law degree. I began practicing law in 1999 and have virtually exclusively practiced in domestic relations and juvenile law ever since. I participate in the Clermont County Law Clinic and I am certified to serve as a Guardian ad Litem and Mediator in the Clermont County Juvenile and Domestic Courts.

Areas of Practice

Bar Admissions

Ohio

Education

J.D.
Salmon P. Chase College of Law, Highland Heights, Kentucky
Major: International Relations
University of Cincinnati

Honors and Awards

Lead Counsel Rated

Professional Associations and Memberships

Clermont County Juvenile and Domestic Courts, Guardian ad Litem
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts

Pro Bono Activities

Clermont County Law Clinic
Jurist Mock Trial