Louisville Child Abuse Attorney
Courts throughout Kentucky, including Jefferson County, take child abuse allegations seriously. These charges can have a significant impact on your reputation, your ability to be with your child, your ability to participate as a coach or scout leader and most importantly, your freedom.
If you have a professional license, child abuse convictions maybe considered by your board of licensure. If you’re a teacher, been convicted of child abuse could impact your employment status.
I move quickly to contain the situation, if my client is facing child abuse charges. Regardless of the claim, allegations of sexual abuse are serious. It’s important that evidence is gathered, reviewed and if possible, excluded. I’m always mindful that any information could find its way into the public domain. By quickly addressing the charges, it may be possible to get the child abuse charges dropped or amended down to a lesser offense.
Child Abuse Claims in Divorce
It’s not uncommon for one party in a divorce proceeding to attempt to gain advantage by claiming child abuse by the other party or family members. Again, the impact to be extremely serious and must be skillfully handled – regardless of whether those allegations are true or false.
By proving that my client is wrongfully accused of child abuse, we may be able to minimize damage the case or even using to positioning you more favorably to the judge.
Don’t Fight CPS Alone
If you’ve been accused of child abuse in the Louisville Metro area, contact me immediately, we need to outline a strategy to effectively address the charges. We’ll be fighting to protect your rights. Don’t try to take on Child Protective Services (CPS) by yourself. Their reports will be used as evidence in court. You want a little child abuse lawyer on your side.
Contact Felicia Nu’Man at (502) 454-5019. Regardless of whether the allegations are true or false, you want an attorney who will work hard to protect your rights and your freedom.