More than 80 Years of Experience

Serving Central and Eastern Kentucky




If you have been the victim of an act of domestic violence, the process of obtaining legal protection from the perpetrator can feel quite daunting and scary. You are likely to hear a lot of unfamiliar phrases–EPO (Emergency Protective Order), DVO (Domestic Violence Order), “no contact”, “no violent contact,” etc. You may have to go to court.

Our attorneys regularly work on behalf of people who have been the victims of domestic violence. We will explain everything about this process to you, including what happens if you attend court, so that you can make the best decisions for yourself. If you do go to court, we will go with you.

If you have been accused of domestic violence, you should speak with one our attorneys immediately. You need to understand the risks you face in order to make the best decision for your case. Our attorneys routinely assist people accused of domestic violence.

We help clients everyday to overcome life's most difficult experiences.

Reach out today and call us at (859) 219-1280 to ask for our help.

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