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Do Any Attorneys Practice Divorce and Criminal Law?

I have been practicing both criminal law (see blog) and divorce/domestic or family law (see blog) in Northern Kentucky for nearly 19 years.  Many practitioners choose to practice one or the other for any number of reasons.  Many criminal law attorneys hate the needy nature of many domestic clients.  Many family law attorneys do not like the rigid nature of criminal law, don't want to deal with criminal defendants as clients or do not feel comfortable outside of the area of domestic law. There is a great deal of overlap between criminal and domestic law.  There are many clients that are in juvenile or custody court due to alleged abuse which may also carry criminal charges, penalties or sanctions.  Domestic Violence and EPO/DVO practice borders both on family law and criminal law.  A finding of abuse may lead to criminal child abuse charges or assault charges. Failure to pay child support may be handled in family court as contempt or may be charged as a misdemeanor or felony charges.  Assault on your spouse, child or significant other may end up in Juvenile Court, Family/Divorce Court, EPO/DVO court or District or Circuit Court for misdemeanor or felony charges... or in multiple courts. With the experience of both, I am honored to have family law attorneys refer their clients who find themselves in criminal trouble.  I am equally honored that some criminal law attorneys refer their clients who have divorce, custody or other family law issues.  If you are an attorney looking to refer, call to discuss general issues or specific cases.*  If you are in need of either or both, call my office for a consultation. Michael W.Bouldin can be contacted at [email protected] or by phone for question or appointment at 581-MIKE, 859-581-6453. *Note: when receiving referrals from attorneys it is my practice to never "steal" clients as my practice is built primarily on referrals.  If the client wishes to change attorneys I do not accept representation.  I encourage clients to remain with their current attorney for the original purpose of representation.

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