Meet Kenneth J. Cahill
Since 1991, Ken Cahill has been practicing family law, working toward outcomes that are in the best interest of families and children. Ken is a noted speaker on issues of family law and serves as chair of the Family Law Committee. Protecting dependent, neglected and abused children was the role of Family Law attorney Kenneth J. Cahill at the Lake County Prosecutor’s Juvenile Division representing the Lake County Department of Jobs & Family Services. Practicing Family Law since 1991, Ken started first as an Assistant Lake County Prosecutor enforcing and modifying child support orders before joining the Lake County Prosecutors Juvenile Division. Ken has also prosecuted criminal cases against juvenile offenders. In 1993, he commenced his private practice primarily focusing on Family Law before joining Dworken & Bernstein in 2000.
Ken Cahill has frequently lectured on several topics related to divorce and family law matters including legislative developments involving family law, marital & separate property issues, and child custody matters. He is frequently appointed by trial courts to serve as Guardian Ad Litem to represent the best interests of children.
On a Personal Note:
Ken enjoys playing golf and cooking
Areas of Practice:
Education & Admissions:
Cleveland State University, Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, 1991
U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio
Associations & Memberships:
Ohio State Bar Association, 1991 – Present
Lake County Bar Association, 1991 – present
Chairman of the Family Law Committee
Leadership & Honors:
Councilman for Madison Village, Ohio
Martindale Hubbell AV rated