Matthew C. Sorg


University of Dayton Law School, J.D. 1993

University of Dayton, 1989

Bar Admissions

Ohio, 1994

Awards & Recognitions

American Jurisprudence Award (Civil Litigation) – 1993


Matt focuses his practice on Family Law and is a Shareholder with the firm.  He has been advising clients for over 25 years about Family Law matters including Divorce, Dissolution, Adoption and Prenuptial agreements.

Matt spends the majority of his time offering legal services in all types of domestic relations matters.  He takes time to understand each unique situation and provide advice with everyone’s best interest in mind.  He advises clients on the following: dissolution, divorce, legal separations, custody, child support, alimony, property division, prenuptial agreements, and parental rights. He also understands how to get qualified domestic relations orders (QDRO) issued to ensure pension funds are properly dealt with after a divorce.

In a commercial foreclosure situation, there may be a need for a court appointed Receiver. Matt has been  appointed as Receiver throughout Southern Ohio in over 100 cases and ten counties.  His substantial experience in Receivership law has made him one of the leading attorneys in this practice area. Other business services that Matt provides on a regular basis include helping small businesses with formation, growth strategies, and purchasing and selling agreements.  He has a great deal of experience with administrative law issues surrounding liquor establishments.

Another portion of Matt’s time is spent on Civil Litigation matters.  He spends a considerable amount of time counseling clients about how to be proactive and minimize the risk of litigation.  In addition, when disputes arise, he will guide clients through dispute resolution processes such as mediation and negotiation.  However, when parties can’t come to a joint agreement, Matt is prepared to aggressively litigate client matters in court.

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