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Family Law Attorneys in Frankfort, KY
Jason Apollo Hart
Experienced and dependable, Attorney Jason Apollo Hart is passionate about providing fair representation for the people of Kentucky. He realized his love for the law as a teenager, which he attributed to his mother’s support and career as a paralegal. Later, Jason discovered criminal defense and personal injury best aligned with his core desire to serve the community, and he's been practicing in these areas ever since.
Corey Nichols joined Apollo Law in March 2021. He is a Frankfort native and currently lives in town with his wife, Mary, and two children. He brings a robust Family Law practice to the firm and represents clients in divorce and custody proceedings in Franklin and surrounding counties. He also represents clients who have been charged with a crime in both District and Circuit Courts.
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Released from Probation
Reversal & Affirmed
Despite the law's clear guidelines on discharging probation, the circuit courts had yet to discharge our client from his. We were able to throw the book at the system and reunite our client with the freedom he had earned.
Righting the Wrongs of Unfair Trials
Our client faced an unfair judgment due to a conflict of interest and the unlawful release of confidential information. Because we were able to prove the ethical dilemma of the trial, the court reversed its decision.
580-Year Sentence Reversed
Reversal & Remand
One of our clients received a lengthy sentence that exceeded the maximum time allowed. Upon considering other impartial factors of his case, we were able to have the sentence reversed.
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We love serving Frankfort because we know our neighbors are good people from all walks of life. That is why we believe that helping them through their legal concerns is the least we can do.
Our desire is to help as many people as we can. It doesn’t matter who you are, where you work, or what type of legal issue you’re up against. At Apollo Law PLLC, we don’t shy away from the tough cases because we're confident in our ability to deliver a favorable outcome. If we can get the job done, we will get the job done for you.
Our attorneys have fought cases in all types of courts. From district and circuit to juvenile, family, child support, and Commonwealth’s appellate courts, we know how to get the results you need. In our experience, we’ve briefed cases that have produced positive outcomes for our clients. We are tireless defenders and are certain we can help you, too.
So regardless of where your case falls on the legal spectrum — be it a serious drug charge you're facing or an everyday civil dispute — please don't hesitate to contact us. Our legal knowledge and experience are here for your benefit.
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