As a family law practitioner, Lydia Gross helps clients through divorce, dissolution, child support, spousal support, and any other family law and probate matters. Lydia is admitted to practice law in Ohio and the United States District Court Northern District of Ohio. Lydia was formerly with a small firm in Cuyahoga County, where she also gained experience in general civil litigation.
Areas of Practice:
Education & Court Admissions:
Carnegie Mellon University, B.A. 2011
Cleveland State University Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Cum Laude, 2014
U.S. District Court Northern District of Ohio, 2015
Associations & Memberships:
Ohio State Bar Association
Lake County Bar Association
Leadership & Honors:
Carnegie Mellon Alumni Board Member
On a Personal Note:
Lydia loves helping people and truly enjoys being a family law attorney because it gives her the opportunity to help people in what for many, is the hardest time of their lives. In her spare time, she loves to enjoy nature, run, dance in her ballet class at Rabbit Run, and crochet in Immaculate Conception’s Prayerful Shawlers Group. When time permits, her passion is helping with rescue animals at the Lake County Humane Society. She spends much of her time helping the homeless animals of Lake County. She also enjoys working on the “Bailey House,” one of the first homes in Madison, Ohio that she and her husband Alex recently purchased. They are renovating the home, so that people can stay there. Before becoming an attorney she interned at the Smithsonian in D.C. and she enjoys being able to bring her historical knowledge to the Northeast Ohio area as a member of the Madison Historical Society. She has a huge family that includes her parents, brother, and over 20 aunts and uncles, and over 30 cousins that primarily live in the area and whom she enjoys spending time with.