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How Do You Practice Both Criminal and Domestic Law?

As a practitioner in Northern Kentucky, I am often asked what type of law that I practice. After 18 years and many different and unique legal experiences, my primary areas are in criminal and domestic areas. I do handle other cases on an individual basis as I believe that a good litigator can successfully Many attorneys do concentrate on one area specifically. The two areas that I spend a majority of my time do have a good deal of overlap. Child support, assault and domestic violence, kidnapping, custodial interference and custody all delve into areas in both criminal law and domestic relations (aka family) law. EPO and DVO cases as well as Juvenile law are really in between criminal and family law. Some cases where a parent is accused of sex or physical abuse may be considered in three (3) different courts; all with different standards and different agendas. Criminal cases involve assault, drug possession, DUI, and a litany of other crimes from rape and murder to harassment and prostitution.  Criminal cases are charged as felonies, more serious crimes, or misdemeanors.  Misdemeanors are crimes punishable by up to 12 months in jail. Family law, or domestic, cases generally involve custody, paternity, child support, divorce and dissolution. Asset division, parenting time, marital and non-marital property and spousal support are often involved in family law cases. If you have questions regarding a family law, criminal law, or something rose odd or in between, speak with a professional. In Northern Kentucky, contact Mike Bouldin by email at [email protected] or call 859-581-6453.

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