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Nicholas A. “Nick” Marsh has been practicing law since 2005. Nick has a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Louisville where he graduated summa cum laude and received the Kesselman Award for outstanding work in Political Science. Thereafter, Nick attended the University of Kentucky College of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctor and graduated as valedictorian of his law school class. Upon returning to Carrollton in 2005, Nick worked as an associate for the law firm of Crawford & Baxter, P.S.C., prior to partnering with then-County Attorney, James C. Monk, in forming the law firm of Monk & Marsh, P.S.C. in 2007. Since forming Monk & Marsh, P.S.C., Nick has worked to expand the firm’s service lines to include bankruptcy and mediation services. Nick prides himself in offering high-quality, personal legal representation to all of his clients.
Nick is a native of Carroll County, born at the Carroll County Memorial Hospital. With the exception of his time in college and law school, Nick is a life-long resident of Carroll County. Nick married his wife, Heather, in 2006, and they have two children, Jackson and Emma, and a dog, Ben. Upon the retirement of James C. Monk, Nick was elected as the Carroll County Attorney. Nick is the current President of the Carrollton Rotary Club and the Kathryn Winn Primary PTA. He has served the Carroll County community as a past-president of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce, facilitator for the Carroll County Young Leaders Institute, Board Member and Quality Care Committee Chair for the Carroll County Memorial Hospital, and former coach for numerous basketball, baseball and soccer leagues. Nick and his family are members of the Worthville Baptist Church.
James C. “Jim” Monk is a native of Castlewood, West Virginia. Jim completed his undergraduate coursework at Berea College and obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Kentucky College of Law. Jim and his wife Kay moved to Carrollton in 1977, when he began practicing law. Jim has served as an Assistant County Attorney, Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney, and as the Carroll County Attorney until his retirement. He currently served as the Assistant Carroll County Attorney under Nick Marsh. Jim practices in the areas of personal injury, real estate transactions, estates, uncontested divorces and estate planning.
Jim lives in Carrollton with his wife, Kay. They have two children, Greg and Kelly, and four beautiful granddaughters. Jim and Kay are members of the Carrollton Christian Church. In his spare time, Jim enjoys his music and his horses. He has taught himself to play multiple instruments including the guitar and mandolin—specializing in country and bluegrass.
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