Alice “Ali” Dansker Doyle, Attorney at Law, has focused her practice on family law issues, probate and general civil issues and claims. Educated as an attorney, and trained as a Collaborative professional, a mediator, a home study evaluator and a parent coordinator, Ms. Doyle uses her skills to assist families in the areas of child custody and parental access plans, support issues, property dispositions and other divorce and separation-related issues. Ms. Doyle also assists clients with other family law challenges, probate matters and general civil issues such as pre- and post-nuptial agreements, wills, advanced health care directives, and civil claims. She is committed to working with clients to resolve such issues in a less contentious fashion while increasing communication between parties. Born and reared in the Midwest, Ms. Doyle earned her undergraduate degrees from the University of Cincinnati in Law Enforcement Technology (1976) and Urban Administration (1980), and her graduate degree (M.S.Ed.) in Counseling Psychology in May 1983 from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. After working in various capacities in the legal field, including employment as an Adult (Felony) Probation Officer with the Wood County, Ohio Common Pleas Court, and as a Court Staff Investigator for the Clermont County, Ohio Common Pleas Court (Domestic Relations Division), Ms. Doyle attended the University Of Baltimore School Of Law, where she graduated with a JD in 2003. Ms. Doyle has continued her education through trainings and membership in multiple professional organizations. Ms. Doyle is a member of the Bars of Kentucky, Maryland, the District of Columbia and the Supreme Court of the United States. Ms. Doyle currently resides in Vanceburg, Kentucky. Her husband, Michael, is a patent draftsman/technical illustrator and military artist.