Your Team

The office of Schaffner Family Law in Crestview Hills, Kentucky, has earned a reputation for our high-quality family law representation. Our lawyers have respect for our clients. Family law problems are often highly stressful for our clients. We are devoted to providing tough, persuasive and intelligent representation. Our goal is to help you through a difficult time.

Hard Work And A Drive For The Best Results Fuel Our Representation

Hard work and attention to detail are at the core of how we approach family law problems. When you work with our lawyers and staff, you will be treated with respect. We will listen intently to your specific legal issues to gain an accurate understanding of your concerns. We tailor our strategic representation to serve the unique situation each client is facing.

If you are facing a complex family law problem, you deserve a lawyer who has the skill to collaborate with your opponent and negotiate as necessary, but also with the strength to stand up for your rights at trial. Our lawyers have earned solid courtroom skills and do not fear going to trial when the opposing party is not willing to reach a reasonable settlement.


Tasha K. Schaffner

Tasha Schaffner became an attorney for one reason: to see justice served. As a result, she’s a tough, persuasive and fierce advocate driven by justice who thoroughly investigates and prepares for her cases. Tasha helps clients in the areas of criminal defense and family law matters including paternity, adoption and child support.

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Devon S. Calitri, Of Counsel

An accomplished litigation attorney, Devon Calitri aggressively advocates for clients both in and out of the courtroom. Since 2005, Devon has been serving clients throughout Kentucky in family law matters including divorce, child custody, child and spousal support, property division and post-decree modifications.


Virginia M. Riggs-Horton

Virginia is a life-long resident of Northern Kentucky.  She is the daughter of a Peruvian immigrant whose mother raised her by herself after her father passed away when she was five years old.  She became a lawyer to help people.  On the first day of law school, her professor asked, how many of you are here to simply make money in a corporate setting and how many of you are here to serve the public and help people. 

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Erica Robinson

Coming from a family of police officers, Ms. Robinson knows the most important thing about working in the justice system: serving the people. As a legal assistant, she has the background and communication skills you need to find solutions for legal issues.

Tracy Howard

Tracy Howard

Tracy Howard joined Schaffner Family Law in November 2019. Before coming to Schaffner, Tracy served the public for 9 years. As a paralegal for the Commonwealth Attorneys’ Office, she assisted prosecutors in providing justice for victims of crime.