Criminal Defense: When facing possible criminal conviction, you will find the most important decision you make is choosing an attorney. I have handled hundreds of criminal cases ranging from misdemeanors to felonies and offer a free consultation to sit down and discuss your charges. If you are out of the area or unable to come in for an appointment, call our office and set up a phone consultation.
Traffic Offenses/DWIs: A speeding ticket may seem like an insignificant offense but can have unexpected consequences on your driving record and insurance premiums. Before you simply pay off the ticket, contact our office to discuss your options in handling the citation. If you are out of town, contact our office and we can do everything from a free consultation to receiving payment by phone. By hiring an attorney, you save the time and hassle of appearing in court. More importantly, I can potentially reduce or eliminate the points on your license and increases in insurance on minor traffic violations. Speaking with an attorney following a driving while impaired (DWI) arrest can positively affect the outcome of your case. Do not attempt to represent yourself in court for a DWI when you can talk at no cost with an experienced attorney who can look into the best approach for the situation.
Domestic Violence: States take domestic violence charges seriously and it is crucial that you speak to an attorney before appearing in court to ensure that your case is handled properly. A conviction of domestic violence may result in a jail sentence and will cost you the right to possess any firearms. For members of the military, this element is important as there is no exception to the law. It is especially imperative for military service members to speak with an attorney as soon as possible because a domestic violence conviction will likely lead to a discharge from service.
Expungements: What many people may not know, even if you are found not guilty or have a criminal charge dismissed is that the charge itself remains on the individual’s criminal record forever. The only way to have the charge removed is through the expungement process. Contact our office for a free consultation to discuss if you are eligible for an expungement.
Separation Agreements: In some states, parties cannot file for a divorce until they have been separated for a minimum of one year. A separation agreement can be prepared at any time during the separation period to outline property division, child visitation, and spousal/child support. By having a separation agreement in place, couples have the security of knowing what to expect when divorced. Our office can execute a separation agreement for you and then incorporate it into the Uncontested Divorce once the year of separation has been reached.
Uncontested Divorce: An uncontested divorce can be obtained once the parties have been separated for a minimum of one year and have all issues such as property and child custody worked out amicably. Hiring an attorney for an uncontested divorce saves you the time and headache of appearing in court. As long as one party resides in the state for six months prior, we can obtain the divorce on your behalf without your appearance being necessary. If you have an existing separation agreement in place, we can incorporate the agreement into the divorce judgment or can prepare one for you if needed.
Uncontested Family Law: Although uncontested matters may seem painless, family law procedures can be confusing and frustrating when attempting to handle these situations alone. Contact our office to schedule a consultation to discuss how I can assist you with filing the appropriate actions to achieve desired results ranging in issues from adoptions to child support to divorces.
If your matter cannot be resolved in an uncontested manner, please contact us. We have attorneys that exclusively handle contested domestic matters
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