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Jeffersonville, IN

#1 Apr 18, 2011
Who is a good divorce attorney in town?
Tim Feeley is B IASED

Taylorsville, KY

#2 Dec 29, 2011
go Pro Se, it won't matter to Tim Feeley. He's extremely biased against men and he'll only fill your attorney's pocket while making the same decision. Go to the court house and look up cases...file your own motions. Feeley is a horrible judge and was rated as ky's worst. Suck it up, you can either pay an attorney 15K and bend over or you can pay ZERO and still bend over.
LRM

United States

#3 Dec 29, 2011
don't hire any of these cracker lawyers from here go to louisville
Obvious

Knightstown, IN

#4 Dec 29, 2011
Tim Crawford out of a shelbyville is great, cut throat a and goes for what you want! And not that bad a at cost plus he will work with you.
Former Kentuckian

Williamsburg, VA

#5 Jan 4, 2012
My experience is that a Louisville attorney is not welcome in La Grange and most will not take cases that involve the "Oldham County Mafia". You can get one of the local yokels to take your case but if you want to be assured of a positive outcome, you must be willing to pay the opposing lawyer under the table to play along. At least that was my experience several years ago. As you may guess, I was the party whose lawyer was taking the bribe to discredit me before the court. Then he took what little I received in settlement as his fee.
disgraced

Princeton, KY

#6 Jan 4, 2012
true .. it wont matter who your attorney is in oldham county court.. Tim Feeley gets the call and hes a joke and clueless about life period... if you are really in need for a divorce i would file any place but oldham county.. you will regret it and it doesnt matter what the issues are... its better to live in a horrifying marriage even abuse than to let that block head call the shots.
wtf

Washington, DC

#7 Jan 7, 2012
disgraced wrote:
true .. it wont matter who your attorney is in oldham county court.. Tim Feeley gets the call and hes a joke and clueless about life period... if you are really in need for a divorce i would file any place but oldham county.. you will regret it and it doesnt matter what the issues are... its better to live in a horrifying marriage even abuse than to let that block head call the shots.
that is the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
Tammy

United States

#8 Jan 13, 2012
who is a good family attorney can a man get full custody of a child in oldham henry and shelby county?
No Good - Tim Feeley

Louisville, KY

#9 Feb 20, 2012
Sorry Tammy, the Family court Judge in Oldham County is Tim Feeley and itís openly known heís extremely biased against fathers / husbands. NO attorney will be able to help a man get sole / primary residential custody while Feeley is the Judge. Iíve witnessed multi cases where I thought that the best parent would clearly be the father, but unfortunately Judge Feeley was just too biased to rule in the manner that would have served the best for the kids. DO NOT waste your money on ANY lawyer Öitís just a fact, sorry. Your best bet is to spend your time and effort educating constituents about Feeleyís biasness and to campaigning against him if he decides to run for re-election. Itís just said for the children to have a judge that believes every mother is a quality parent and fathers have to ďproveĒ themselves to the court. Itís called being objective and time after time Tim Feeley canít. He didnít have the experience when assigned the position (Tim was part of Erie Fletchers corrupt hiring practices) and he still displays poor judgement today. Tim Feeley just isnít fit to be the Children of Oldham Countyís Family Court Judge, plan and simple.
Dads can we in Oldham

Radcliff, KY

#10 Apr 25, 2012
No Good - Tim Feeley wrote:
Sorry Tammy, the Family court Judge in Oldham County is Tim Feeley and itís openly known heís extremely biased against fathers / husbands. NO attorney will be able to help a man get sole / primary residential custody while Feeley is the Judge. Iíve witnessed multi cases where I thought that the best parent would clearly be the father, but unfortunately Judge Feeley was just too biased to rule in the manner that would have served the best for the kids. DO NOT waste your money on ANY lawyer Öitís just a fact, sorry. Your best bet is to spend your time and effort educating constituents about Feeleyís biasness and to campaigning against him if he decides to run for re-election. Itís just said for the children to have a judge that believes every mother is a quality parent and fathers have to ďproveĒ themselves to the court. Itís called being objective and time after time Tim Feeley canít. He didnít have the experience when assigned the position (Tim was part of Erie Fletchers corrupt hiring practices) and he still displays poor judgement today. Tim Feeley just isnít fit to be the Children of Oldham Countyís Family Court Judge, plan and simple.
This is not true, my son got custody of his daughter in Oldham by Judge Feeley. It was the only right thing to do. The mother is a dope infested thief and didnt deserve to have her daughter.
Dads can win in Oldham

Radcliff, KY

#11 Apr 25, 2012
Tammy wrote:
who is a good family attorney can a man get full custody of a child in oldham henry and shelby county?
I would suggest an Rebecca Reichenbecker. She won my sons case and he received custody
FYI

Prospect, KY

#12 Apr 27, 2012
I think Judge Feeley does a great job! I certainly don't consider him to be biased. I think he cares for childrens safety, their well being, and the stability they will receive. He did an adoption case for us, and did a wonderful job. The little red headed guy is so settled down with his real dad and adoptive mother, which he so easily calls her mommy and no hesitation. God has blessed this family beyond measure. He's definitely our grandson and we are proud. Keep up the good work Judge Feeley, we love you!
just for your info

Carrollton, KY

#14 Jul 9, 2012
I completely agree that Judge Feeley is a BIG P.O.S...ie piece of shit!!! and I would recommend you contact Josh Clubb in New Castle for a divorce attorney but they r all alike...they only do as much as u pay them for... the more u want done in court the more u pay!!!!!

Since: Sep 12

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#17 Sep 6, 2012
Go with a local attorney if you can. Call Jim Theiss. He's your best bet. There are some Louisville attorneys who just aren't welcome in OC.
Ohno

Louisville, KY

#18 Sep 14, 2012
Jim Theiss is worthless. I'll grant you he does know the judge very well...too well for my tastes. File your own motions, any idiot can do it. Theiss will charge a fortune just to file a motion. Basically, he's stealing money and once he has you, your a cash machine to him. There's not much Theiss or any other attorney can do in Oldham/Trimble/Henry family court, especially with a Judge like Tim Feeley. Nothing gets in the way of his ego. When you want it done right, do it yourself...nothing to it. Go look at some cases and see the process, just a joke these attorney's get paid.
concerned

Cincinnati, OH

#19 Oct 5, 2012
it appears mr. theiss and judge feeley are very close friends and the judge always rules in mr. theiss favor. any examples where that is not true? i've seen mr. theiss in court- he is very disrepectful and flat out rude. he plays to emotion versus the facts. anyone seen otherwise? i don't know how the judge could respect this man unless he's being paid under the table by mr. theiss. i can't believe the court of appeals hasn't looked into their relationship.
should be concerned

Bryceville, FL

#20 Oct 6, 2012
don't go to theiss he will charge alot of money for the little time he spends with you. He will try to humiliate you whenever he see you. He is rude, arrogant, and could care less about anyone except hisself.
Chex Mix

Fort Knox, KY

#21 Oct 6, 2012
Short... isn't Kentucky a 50-50 state? Each party entitled to 50% of assets... unless there was a pre-nup. So you may be attacking Feeley w/o warrant-understanding that he is obliged to follow state law. Just saying...don't know what allowances are made for child care, etc. Seems obvious to me that the custodial (primary) will have more expenses that the non-custodial.

However it applies to your case <shrug> dunno...?
X husband

Fort Knox, KY

#23 Oct 10, 2012
My x wife decided to leave me which was fine but we were only married for a year and a half and she wanted everything I had which wasn't fine. She didn't work one day the entire we were married I come from a wealthy family here in Henry county but that was my family not me. She thought she hit the lottery when she married me but she was very disappoint when the judge told her she didn't. She wanted alimony a car and support till she graduated from collage. The judge was very fair he told her she wasnt a child any more and she needed to get a job and borrow one of her dads three cars and find her own way to get back and forth to collage or marry someone else whom had money that she could get along with. Thank god I got to keep all my things that I bought myself with my money. I'm never getting married again!!!
Former Kentuckian

Williamsburg, VA

#25 Oct 14, 2012
Chex Mix wrote:
Short... isn't Kentucky a 50-50 state? Each party entitled to 50% of assets... unless there was a pre-nup. So you may be attacking Feeley w/o warrant-understanding that he is obliged to follow state law. Just saying...don't know what allowances are made for child care, etc. Seems obvious to me that the custodial (primary) will have more expenses that the non-custodial.
However it applies to your case <shrug> dunno...?
When I was divorced there in Oldham County some years ago, the "no-fault" divorce laws had just come into effect. The way this was explained to me by the old judge and both attorneys was that whoever contributed most to the marriage got that much back at settlement. For instance, if the husband made $50,000 per year and the wife only $25,000, he would be entitled to 2/3 of the property and her only 1/3 because he made twice as much. If the wife did not work outside the home (which was my case), she was at the mercy of the court and her ex in how much they would allow her to have. I received half of the equity of our house and $16 a week to put gas in my car so I could look for a job. My attorney, Bill Croley, took most of my equity check as his fee and took an off-the-record payment from my ex's family, delivered by his attorney, Travis Combs, to assure the settlement in their favor.

Jim Theiss was my ex's first atorney who did try to ramrod the show and personally would not allow a court-ordered psycological report on my 11 year old son to be admitted as evidence of his father's unfitness. He said "he would not allow himself to be burned" by this report. Not his client, mind you, but himself. The man is all ego. To his credit though, he did drop the ex as a client when the under the table scheme was proposed. The judge at the time, Williamson, has since passed on but was a doddering old coot who hadn't a clue about the behind the scene machinations of the attorneys, at least I hope that was the case. I would hate to think the judge was in on this practice and the fraud that was perpetrated on me. Just beware of going to court in Oldham County.

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