Johnson County, Kansas Criminal Defense & Family Attorneys
Martin & Wallentine
Olathe, Kansas 66061
Law Firm Overview
Martin & Wallentine is a family law and criminal defense firm based in Olathe, Kansas providing legal counsel and representation to clients throughout the neighboring areas of Kansas and Missouri. The firmís attorneys have extensive legal experience and strive to give clients the best service possible, offering them comfort and passionate representation during some of the toughest moments of their lives.
The attorneys at Martin & Wallentine have assisted their clients with a wide range of legal matters. They are excellent family law attorneys who have assisted clients with delicate and difficult matters such as divorce, support payments, property division, custody rights, and parental relocation and visitation rights. They also assist with matters of criminal defense for a variety of crimes, from simple misdemeanors like DUIís and traffic offenses all the way to serious felonies such as drug and sex crimes, as well as probation violations. Additionally, the firm also provides assistance with matters of civil litigation and personal injury.
Whether you are going through a difficult divorce or a criminal case, youíre going to need the services of a skilled and experienced attorney to help you navigate the perilous waters youíve found yourself in. The attorneys at Martin & Wallentine know exactly when to be delicate and nuanced, and when to get tough and aggressive. Their approach to their cases can be likened to the old adage of an iron fist in a velvet glove. No matter what your case may involve or how complex it may seem, they can help you get the best results possible.
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Have you been arrested or charged with a DUI offense? If so, the ruthless process of the criminal justice system has already started and you need to act quickly to defend your rights. DUI charges can be complex matters because you will be facing both a criminal and civil case with the possibility of severe consequences. From the moment you are charged, you will have a mere 14 days to request an administrative hearing to save your driverís license.Read Article