Alison Forche is a Columbus native who began practicing family law in 1995. Recognizing that helping families to solve challenges through guided collaboration leads to a more successful transition through important life changes, she transitioned her focus to mediation, coaching and conflict resolution in both custody/divorce and eldercare. Alison is committed to helping her clients ease their emotional and financial expense as they create agreements which serve the best interests of their family. She is trained as a Parent Coordinator (co-parent coaching in custody disputes) and as a Guardian Ad Litem, representing the best interests of the children in custody disputes. Additionally, she is certified in Eldercaring Coordination and Adult Guardianship.
Alison is a member of the:
- Ohio Mediation Association
- Women Lawyers of Franklin County
- National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), in which she serves on two committees
- Board of Director’s for both the Pickerington Area Chamber of Commerce (Chair of Athena and Women’s Leadership committees and member of Programming and Advocacy committees) and the Gahanna Area Chamber of Commerce (Chair of Women in Business committee)
- The Transition Network – Central Ohio Chapter
Alison also volunteers in several capacities at her son’s high school and in her local school district advising, teaching and mentoring students.
Alison is the 2017 recipient of the International Athena award honoring professional excellence, community service and for actively assisting women in their attainment of professional excellence and leadership skills.
Alison has been married to her husband, Rob, since 1995. She has a daughter, Ashley, and a son, Dylan. She enjoys spending time with family, reading, exercising outdoors (running, skiing and hiking), and practicing yoga.
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