The overviews below offer a brief look at our legal focus. If you have any questions about how we can help you in your particular situation, call us at (502) 863-5400 or click on the title link for more information.
If you and your family are drowning in a sea of debt, filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be your best option for getting a handle on your situation. Filing for bankruptcy can provide immediate relief from the harassment of creditor calls, wage garnishments, possible foreclosure and lawsuits. Schedule a consultation with a knowledgeable Kentucky bankruptcy attorney to get assistance in deciding if bankruptcy is the right choice for you.
The best way to make sure that your rights are protected when it comes to a divorce or other difficult domestic legal issue is to partner with a family law attorney as early in the process as possible. Divorce can be a complex and emotional matter that includes child custody issues, child support, division of property and debt and spousal support (also called “maintenance” or “alimony”). We can also help with post divorce issues such as enforcements and modifications as well as adoption or other family law matters. Schedule an appointment with a seasoned Kentucky law lawyer to find out how we can help secure a brighter future for you and your children.
Don’t fool yourself: an arrest for a criminal offense is a very serious matter and requires equally serious legal representation. If you’re facing felony or misdemeanor charges in the State of Kentucky, it’s critical that you speak to an aggressive Kentucky criminal defense attorney today about your case. We handle all felony and misdemeanor charges in Kentucky and federal courts including DUI, drug crimes, weapons charges, juvenile crimes defense, assault, theft, domestic violence charges, and traffic violations. If you have been arrested, it is important to have qualified legal counsel by your side before making a statement that may damage your chances of avoiding conviction. Call us so that we can help you.
Have you been sued or had a foreclosure suit against your home by Bank of America, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, US Bank, HSBC or any of the large banks?
When you were sued, were you current on your mortgage and loan? Had you modified your loan and mortgage? Did you have a HAMP, HARP or HUD backed loan?
If you answered yes to any of the questions, you may have a legitimate claim against the bank.
Should you receive a call from your bank or a collection agency, or should you call the bank, always get the name, employee ID, phone number, the date and time of the call and a short summary of the conversation.
The Rawdon Law Office has had successful suits against some of these banking institutions when they have wrongfully attempted to foreclose on a person’s home.
YOU MUST ACT QUICKLY! Contact us today.