Fort Mitchell Criminal Justice Office

At Kevin Moser Law, PLLC, we offer knowledgeable counsel and practical guidance to clients with many different types of issues. This includes family law transitions, criminal or DUI charges, and personal injury cases, as well as workers' compensation and Social Security Disability.

Attorney Kevin Moser is admitted to the bar in both Kentucky and Indiana. Our Fort Mitchell Law Office serves clients in numerous neighboring communities, including Crestview Heights, Covington, Kenton County and elsewhere in Northern Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

Give us a call today at 859-814-8025 for a confidential, no-cost consultation.

How To Find Us

Our office is conveniently located in Fort Mitchell/Crestview Heights on the Dixie Highway, near the Crestview Hills Town Center and Dixie Heights High School.

Driving directions below the map.

Here are the driving directions:

From The North:

Take I-71 South.

Take exit 1B onto US-25, US-42

Turn right onto Dixie Highway (US-127 N/US-25 N/US-42), go 0.5 mile

Turn left onto Wildrose St. N., go 30 feet

Turn left onto Dixie Highway

From The South:

Go north on Turkey Foot Road (Kentucky Route 1303)

Turn right onto Dixie Highway (US-127 N/US-25 N/US-42), go 0.5 mile

Turn right again to stay on Dixie Highway

From The East:

Get on I-275 W to Crestview Hills.

Take exit 83 from I-275 W and go 7.7 miles.

Continue on Dixie Hwy (US-127/US-25 /US-42)

Turn right onto Dixie Hwy, go 0.6 mile.

Turn left onto Dudley Rd, go 0.2 mile

Turn left onto Wildrose St, go 0.3 mile

Turn right onto Dixie Highway, go 135 feet

From The West:

From I-275 E or I-71 N, stay or merge onto I-275 E

Take exit 83 for Dixie Hwy (US-127 /US-25 /US-42), go 0.2 mile

Turn right onto US-127 S/US-25 S/US-42, go 0.4 mile

Turn left onto Dudley Rd, go 0.2 mile

Turn left onto Wildrose St, go 0.3 mile

Turn right onto Dixie Highway

The Area We Serve

Kenton County, Kentucky and other areas we serve are part of the Greater Cincinnati area. Fort Mitchell's origins date to fortifications erected for the defense of Cincinnati during the Civil War. It is in Kenton County, which ranks third among Kentucky counties in population and has two official county seats (Covington and Independence).

Kenton County has rural areas in the southern parts of county and more urbanized areas in the northern parts that are closer to Cincinnati. The overall population is over 150,000.

The county has five school districts, as well as an extensive Catholic school system and Thomas More College.

Cultural attractions include: