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Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Attorneys in Kenton County

Informed Legal Guidance in Boone County, Campbell County, & Throughout Northern Kentucky 

Domestic violence is a serious issue across the United States. Accusations involving this kind of abuse not only carry legal penalties, but can also leave lasting damage to your reputation. 

If you have been accused of domestic violence or are the respondent in a case involving a protective order, call us right away. We will do everything we can to protect your freedom and reputation. 

To get started with a consultation, give us a call at (859) 715-0466 today.

Aggravated Charges

Though no laws in Kentucky qualify domestic violence as a crime in and of itself, committing a crime against a family member or romantic partner can aggravate charges that are already being brought against you.

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Our Kenton County domestic violence attorneys are here to help you through allegations, charges, and protective orders involving domestic violence and abuse. We offer our services throughout Northern Kentucky, including Boone County and Campbell County. Trust our team to treat you and your case with the compassion, attention, and respect that it deserves.

We are eager to represent you. To get started, call us at (859) 715-0466 or contact us online today.

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Protective Orders 

In the state of Kentucky, cases of domestic violence are most often handled through protective and restraining orders. When someone plans on filing a restraining order against another, they must first seek an emergency protective order (EPO). An EPO generally lasts for the 14 days leading up to your day in court; however, if the respondent has not been served in that period of time, the EPO can be renewed for another 14 days. This can happen for a period of up to six months. 

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