Cleary Wagle & West
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Dedicated to the resolution
      of family and criminal law disputes
family criminal lawyer wichita

family criminal lawyer wichita
154 N. Emporia | Wichita, KS 67202
(316) 262-4481

Cleary, Wagle & West
Family Lawyers

Cases Handled by Our Family Law, Adoption Lawyers, Criminal Defense & Divorce Lawyers Wichita, KS

Our family law, adoption attorneys, divorce lawyers and criminal defense attorneys specialize in a wide range of case types. Each client’s case is unique and requires specific advice, counsel and guidance from our family law or divorce attorneys Wichita, KS. However, this page is not a substitute for legal counsel. The information below is designed to give you a brief overview of some of the areas in which our clients most often need help.

If you need legal representation for one of the case types below, please contact the Kansas attorneys of Cleary Wagle & West to schedule a consultation. Our family law, adoption lawyers and divorce attorneys Wichita are ready to fight for your case!

Please click on one of the links below to learn more about a specific case type.


Divorce Attorneys
Wichita, KS

We are experienced in a wide variety of case types including divorce, high asset divorce, uncontested divorce, collaborative law, legal separation and annulment. Click here to learn more about the services of our divorce attorneys Wichita, KS

Family Lawyers
Wichita, KS

We are experienced in a wide variety of case types including paternity, modification of child custody, modification of child support, child in need care, divorce and adoption. Click here to learn more about the services of our family lawyers Wichita, KS.

 

Adoption Attorneys
Wichita, KS

Cleary, Wagle & West have years of experience in successful litigation for several case types including adoption, guardianship and conservatorship. Click here to learn more about the services of our adoption attorneys Wichita, KS

 

Estate Lawyers
Wichita, KS

The family lawyers of Cleary, Wagle & West are experienced in wills, trusts and estate planning for clients in Wichita and the state of Kansas. Click here to learn more about the expert services of our estate lawyers Wichita, KS

  

Misdemeanor and Felony Criminal Defense

Whether a defendant is charged with a misdemeanor or a felony, a criminal conviction can significantly alter the course of a person’s life. Law enforcement is required to abide by both the United States and Kansas Constitutions in investigating a crime and making an arrest. Often times, a defendant’s constitutional rights are violated during such an investigation or arrest. It is therefore imperative that you contact an attorney immediately if you are charged with a crime, regardless of the severity.

The criminal process begins with an arrest and ends with either sentencing or dismissal of the case. The process in between the arrest and the conclusion of the case can be confusing. Therefore, it is important that you have counsel to assist you with the defense of your case at all stages of a criminal case.

Michael Cleary, criminal defense attorney, has assisted defendants with their criminal cases for decades. Michael understands how the prosecution operates, having previously served as both a city and county prosecutor. Our criminal defense attorneys can offer you competent and effective representation in defending your rights if you are charged with a crime.

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Protection from Abuse and Protection from Stalking

In Kansas, people often obtain restraining orders because they have been abused or stalked. The Protection from Abuse and Protection from Stalking Acts are used as the vehicle to provide people with protection from others who pose a threat to the safety or well-being of the person seeking the restraining order. The restraining order process can also, however, be used frivolously by those seeking to simply annoy or frustrate a person with whom they are upset. Our attorneys have experience in both assisting clients with obtaining a restraining order and assisting in the defense against an improperly filed restraining order.

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Driving Under the Influence

The consequences of a conviction for driving under the influence can be severe and life-altering. A person convicted of DUI can face jail time, fines, license restrictions, and an assortment of other punishments. In order to effectively mitigate the potential consequences of a DUI conviction, a defendant needs competent legal advice from an experienced attorney. Michael Cleary, criminal defense attorney, has represented hundreds of clients facing DUI charges and understands how to effectively represent anyone who has the unfortunate task of handling a DUI charge.

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