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The Law Office of Robin C. May & Associates

Intellectual Property, Civil & Human Rights, Family Law, Military, Contract

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Business & Trade, Family Law, Contract, Federal Appellate Practice
Legal Representation For Individuals and Small Businesses Done The Right Way.

Whether involving personal or professional concerns, legal issues can be immensely complex, confusing and stressful. Depending on the situation, a car... (more)

Whether involving personal or professional concerns, legal issues can be immensely complex, confusing and stressful. Depending on the situation, a career or life and liberty may be on the line.

If you or those close to you are faced with complex legal concerns, it is critical to have an experienced advocate on your side to help you reach a best possible resolution for your unique circumstances.

At The Law Office of Robin C. May & Associates, we are prepared to bring our comprehensive legal knowledge and experience to help you address whatever legal challenges you may face, including issues related to intellectual property and commercial law, as well as Civil rights, Family law, Military law, Appellate law and
Contracts.

Robin C. May is licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky. She has practiced in 24 different counties, as well as federal and appellate courts. Having represented professional athletes, businesses and politicians across the nation, there is no case too complex for her approach.

Additionally, the firm's staff employs the services of Adam C. Thorogood, a former United States Army sniper. Mr. Thorogood was the plaintiff in the infamous "tattoo suit" which challenged recent changes to the controversial Army Regulation 670-1. He lends valuable insight to the practice of law with his knowledge of military law and his vast experience.

Combining a methodical approach toward investigation and discovery, with a New England style of oral argument, we are prepared to tailor our approach to any legal issue.

Appellate Law, Commercial Law

Call or Email to schedule your free initial consultation to discuss your legal issues.
  • After graduating from law school, Robin May began a solo law practice and has maintained a winning record in court ever since. She has represented many different clients in many different counties throughout the Bluegrass State and has a true passion for providing efficient, high-quality and affordable legal services in Kentucky.
The Law Office of Robin C. May & Associates
PO Box 11804
Lexington, KY 40578
38.0494,-84.5004

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PO Box 11804
Lexington, KY 40578


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  • Licensed to practice in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky.

    I have practiced in 24 counties as well as federal and appellate courts.

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