Criminal charges can affect you the rest of your life. If convicted, you could face incarceration, a permanent record, probation, and stiff financial repercussions. You need a knowledgeable and aggressive defense attorney to protect your rights and privileges. Ms. Seifert has represented literally thousands of defendants in her time as a public defender in Floyd County. She is familiar with prosecutors and has been very successful in trying about 100 jury trials in her career so far including serious crimes such as aggravated assault, child molestation, rape and murder.
- Bond Hearings
- Mental Health & competency issues
- Probation Revocations
- DUI & Suspended License
- Theft & Shoplifting
- Obstruction, False Name & Info
- Family Violence charges, including stalking
- Assault & Battery
- Various traffic charges
- Marijuana possession
- County & City ordinance violations
- Felony drug charges
- Any felony or misdemeanor charge
PERSONAL INJURY & CIVIL LITIGATION
- Car accidents & trucking accidents
- injuries from slip & fall
- others' negligence
- civil rights violations while incarcerated
- property damage
- contract disputes
- recovery of money owed
- many more...
Ms. Seifert is experienced in a number of practice areas and is interested in your case. If you have a legal need that is not addressed in one of these practice areas, please do not hesitate to call for a free consultation. If Ms. Seifert cannot handle your case, she will be sure to get you to a competent attorney who will handle your case with the same degree of care.
Divorce and family matters are some of the most challenging and difficult legal issues individuals face in their lifetimes. Ms. Seifert can help you navigate these matters as quickly and efficiently as possible, and to the satisfaction of the parties, with the comfort of her competent representation.
- divorces (uncontested and contested)
- custody & visitation
- alimony & child support
- civil contempt actions
- adoptions and more.
ESTATE & PROBATE LAW
Ms. Seifert assists clients in the following estate planning and probate matters:
- Wills and trusts
- Revocable and irrevocable living trusts
- General power of attorney
- Durable power of attorney
- Health care directives
- Probate administration