Kenneth S. Cohen
Cohen Law Office
Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Ken Cohen began practicing law in Jackson, Wyoming in 1973. During the past 30 years he has handled numerous divorce and custody cases (representing both fathers and mothers); business and real estate transactions; incorporations and other start-up business entities including LLCs and partnerships; construction litigation, contract disputes, and personal injury/accident cases.

Cohen was Teton County’s first public defender during the mid-1970s, and he has continued to handle criminal cases throughout the years. Cohen has represented various local businesses in their day-to-day legal matters as well as in the courtroom, including Freedom Arms, a world famous Wyoming gun manufacturing company based in Freedom, Wyoming which he has represented since 1985; MinervaHealth, Inc., an emerging presence in the healthcare industry and creator of the medical credit card; Plan One/Architects, one of the leading commercial/industrial architectural firms in Wyoming; and Prime Properties of Jackson Hole, a well known real estate brokerage firm in Teton County.

Cohen moved to Jackson Hole in 1972. He grew up in New York (Long Island) 25 miles east of Manhattan, graduated from Washington College in 1966 with Honors in Philosophy, and received his law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1969. He worked as a lawyer with the federal government in Washington, D.C. for three years prior to moving to Wyoming.

Cohen is also a single parent with three children ranging in age from 37 (grown and gone) to 19 (in college) to 13 years old (living at home).

In 1999 Cohen began writing a column on law-related subjects for the Jackson Hole Guide. The following year he received an award from the Wyoming Press Association for First Place in Column Writing for a weekly publication. He has written more than 50 articles on various legal issues including mediation; anatomy of a jury trial; construction disputes; custody; drunk driving; healthcare; collecting money judgments; starting a business; forming a corporation, LLC or partnership; divorces; teen courts; and real estate transactions, to name a few.

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