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Mr. Wichmann has been an attorney in Northern Kentucky and Southwestern Ohio since his graduation from the University of Cincinnati, College of Law in 1964. He is licensed to practice in all of the state courts of Kentucky and Ohio. He is also admitted to practice in the United States Supreme Court, the United States Tax Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
Mr. Wichmann has lived his entire life in Erlanger, Ky., where he was born, grew up and raised his own family; and where he swears he will breathe his last breath. After his graduation from law school in 1964, he was elected as the Prosecuting Attorney for the Erlanger Police Court in 1965. That was the beginning of his experience in municipal and governmental law. That experience continued into being the City Attorney for Erlanger from 1966 – 2018 for the City of Taylor Mill since 1972 and for the City of Edgewood since 1977. The walls of his office are decorated with proclamations and resolutions acknowledging his service to those cities, along with a key to the City of Erlanger, which has also named the conference room in the Erlanger Municipal Center for him. Along the way he has been recognized as one of the most respected municipal attorneys in the Commonwealth of Kentucky; and, in 2010, he was elected by his peers as the Executive Director of Municipal Attorneys Association from 2011-2018.
Mr. Wichmann is also active in his profession. He has been a continuous member of the Kentucky Bar Association since 1965. In 1976, he served as the President of the Kenton County Bar Association, which was later merged into the Northern Kentucky Bar Association, of which he has also been a continuous member. He was also instrumental in establishing the Northern Kentucky Legal Aid Society through the Kenton County Bar Association in 1967.
Mr. Wichmann is also active in his community. He has been a member of St. Henry Catholic Church all of his life; and he contributes regularly to the church and its organizations. Likewise, he is an active member of the Erlanger Lions Club; and he contributes regularly to their activities, both monetarily and professionally. His office walls are decorated with numerous recognitions of those contributions, especially his efforts that resulted in the exemption from taxation of both the Erlanger Lions Club and the Florence Lions Club as charitable organizations, which saves each of them thousands of dollars every year. For this accomplishment, the International Association of Lions Clubs conferred upon Mr. Wichmann a life membership in the Erlanger Lions Club for outstanding service as a Lion.
Kimberly Wichmann Quinn
Kimberly Wichmann Quinn has been practicing law in state and federal courts in the State of Kentucky since 2001. She has been working at Wichmann and Associates since 1987, when she graduated from Saint Henry High School. She was a secretary while attending college and law school. She received her BA in Political Science at Northern Kentucky University and her Juris Doctor from Thomas Cooley Law School in 2000 and began working in the Boone Gallatin Commonwealth’s Attorneys Office as a Victim’s Advocate while studying for the bar exam.
Upon being admitted to the Kentucky Bar, she was a part-time felony prosecutor and worked part time at Wichmann & Associates. In 2003, upon the birth of her first child, she retired as a prosecutor and began working full time at the family firm with her father Frank A. Wichmann and former associate Linda H. Schaffer.
Kimberly’s practice focuses on representing debtors in bankruptcy, family law, real estate, probate, adoption, foreclosure, debt collection defense, general civil, estate planning, Wills and Trusts and assisting her father in representing the Cities of Edgewood and Taylor Mill as City Attorney.
Kimberly is married to Detective Joshua D. Quinn of the Boone County Sheriff’s Office, and they have three daughters. They are members of Saint Paul Parish, Florence, Kentucky and their daughters attend school at St. Henry District High School, Erlanger, Kentucky and St. Paul Elementary, Florence, Kentucky. She enjoys spending time with her friends and family.
Kimberly is a member of the Boone County Sheriff’s auxiliary and serves on the Boone County Ethics Commission, being appointed in 2009 by Judge/Executive Gary W. Moore.
Kristi Wichmann Arthur
Kristi Wichmann Arthur has been practicing law in state courts in Kentucky since her admission to the bar in 2001. She grew up in Erlanger and graduated from Saint Henry High School in 1993. She received her BA in Economics from the University of Kentucky in 1997 and attended Salmon P. Chase College of Law until her graduation in 2000. Kristi was admitted to the Ohio bar in 2000 and the Kentucky bar in 2001. Upon her admission to the Kentucky bar, Kristi began prosecuting for Kenton County Attorney, Garry Edmondson, concentrating on child support enforcement.Upon retiring as a prosecutor, she joined the family firm in 2009. Her practice focuses on family law, adoption, general civil, juvenile, debt collection defense, foreclosure, personal injury, business organizations, tax, probate and real estate.
Kristi lives in Union, Ky with her husband, Brad Arthur, and their four children. They attend Saint Paul Parish, Florence, Kentucky and their children attend school at St. Henry District High School, Erlanger, Kentucky and Saint Paul School in Florence, Kentucky. They are both involved in their children’s sports and activities, as coaches and leaders.