The Law Offices of Pisaneschi & Gritton, PLLC place a particular emphasis on customer service. Our commitment to our clients is to make every effort to keep them informed about the status of their case and to always respond to their questions and concerns in a timely manner. We take the time to educate clients about their case and communicate regularly throughout the representation. From the initial consultation through the conclusion of the representation, all aspects of your case will be handled by a licensed Attorney.
Sarah R. Gritton is a founding partner of The Law Offices of Pisaneschi & Gritton, PLLC. Her practice areas include personal injury, estate administration, estate planning, domestic relations, criminal defense, and social security disability. Sarah completed her undergraduate studies in 2010 at Eastern Kentucky University, receiving her B.A. in Paralegal Science with a minor in Political Science. While at EKU, she was employed as a Production Control Assistant Manager at an automotive factory and completed an Internship with the Family Court located in her hometown of Danville, Kentucky.
Sarah received her Juris Doctor from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in 2013. During Law School, she clerked with a general practice law firm, completed an Externship with the Kentucky Innocence Project, and volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), where she represented the needs and wishes of abused and neglected children before the Family Court.
Sarah is admitted to practice in Kentucky and in the United States District Court in the Western District of Kentucky. She is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association and the American Bar Association. She currently resides in Mercer County with her daughter.
Toni L. Pisaneschi is a founding partner in The Law Offices of Pisaneschi & Gritton. Her practice areas focus on criminal defense, juvenile defense, domestic relations, domestic violence proceedings, estate administration and estate planning.Toni completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Louisville in Political Science. She attended Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University on the Henry Clay Scholarship, graduating in 2011. During school Toni clerked with a firm that handled a wide variety of legal issues.
Throughout law school Toni volunteered with the Street Law Program in various counties, mentoring juvenile offenders going through the court system.After law school, Toni took a position as an adjunct professor at Brown Mackie College in the paralegal program while building up her own legal practice. Her successful solo practice focused primarily on criminal law and all matters of domestic relations, including domestic violence, divorce, and child custody and support.
Toni is a member of the American Bar Association and the Kentucky Bar Association She is admitted to practice in the state of Kentucky and in the United States District Court in the Eastern District of Kentucky.