Carl Murway, a partner in the Cleveland office of Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP, has been appointed co-chair of a workgroup by the Ohio Supreme Court Advisory Committee on Children, Families and the Courts. Carl Murway will co-chair the workgroup involving Arbitration as an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options in family law. The workgroup will recommend amendment and enactment of statues and rules that will facilitate the availability and use of Arbitration in family law matters.
Carl Murway represents clients in a variety of family law matters, including dissolution of marriage, divorce, custody and premarital agreements. Mr. Murway's experience includes complex business valuation issues, treatment of deferred compensation and retirement assets in divorce, analysis of complex executive compensation arrangements, and tax considerations involved in the division and disbursement of marital and separate property. He received his undergraduate degree from Oberlin College and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin, graduating cum laude. Mr. Murway has been a Fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers since 1996. He is the immediate past-president of the Ohio Chapter. Mr. Murway successfully completed the AAML Matrimonial Arbitration Training Institute in January of 2006. He is a member of The Center for Principled Family Advocacy, a non-profit organization which educates attorneys and promotes non-traditional alternatives to the resolution of family law matters. Mr. Murway is listed under Family Law in Martindale Hubbell, The Bar Register of Pre-Eminent Lawyers and has been selected for editions of The Best Lawyers in America. He also was listed in editions of Cincinnati Magazine's Super Lawyers. He was also listed in The Top 50 Cleveland Super Lawyers for receiving the highest point totals. Mr. Murway also was named as a Leading Lawyer by Northeast Ohio's Inside Business. He is certified by the Ohio State Bar Association as a Family Relations Law Specialist. Mr. Murway also serves on the Ohio State Bar Association's Family Relations Specialization Committee.