Barry Spaeth is a partner at Robbins, Kelly, Patterson & Tucker practicing in the areas of divorce, custody, construction, real estate, estate planning, and small business representation. Barry represents clients in Hamilton, Warren, Butler, and Clermont Counties.
Barry’s goal in any case is to achieve a desirable result for his client while keeping the level of conflict to a minimum. Most cases are difficult enough for the parties without the attorneys making the situation even worse. However, if settlement isn’t possible, then Barry can bring his extensive litigation experience to bear to pursue a favorable outcome for the client through the courts.
Barry grew up in Mason, Ohio, and is a lifelong resident of southwestern Ohio. He is a graduate of Westminster College in Pennsylvania and the University of Cincinnati College of Law. He has taught English at Xavier University and, as a young graduate assistant, at the University of Dayton.
Barry was quoted extensively in the article, Is there a legal 'bias' against foster adoptions?
- Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
- Cincinnati Bar Association
- Warren County Bar Association
- Ohio State Bar Association
In some of his contested cases, Barry successfully represented:
- A young woman seeking to regain custody of her daughter following placement of the child with the grandparents.
- A salesperson seeking to reduce his spousal support payments following termination of his employment.
- An attorney seeking to reduce his spousal support payments in the face of an unplanned reduction in his income.
- Foster parents in Hamilton and Butler Counties seeking custody of their foster children.
- A relocating mother who retained custody of her children.
- A divorced father who gained custody of his son who had been sent to a rehabilitation facility by the mother.
- A grandmother seeking visitation with her grandchildren.
- A divorced mother seeking to enforce a divorce decree to obtain numerous payments due her from her ex-husband.
- A custom home builder who was sued by a disgruntled buyer.
- A remodeling company that was sued by a subcontractor and was awarded damages on its counterclaim.
- A man accused of involuntary manslaughter.
- A wife seeking a fair divorce settlement in spite of an unfair prenuptial agreement.