No one wants to spend money to hire a lawyer. But, if you're like 50% of Americans, you are going to need an attorney at least once in your life. Shouldn't you hire one that will give you the value you deserve - and good results too? Of course you should. I'm Allison C. Mohon, Attorney at Law. IÃ¢â‚¬â„¢m a 21st century kind of lawyer, and I believe in doing things a little differently than Ã¢â‚¬Å“old schoolÃ¢â‚¬Â lawyers. Here's how:Value/Communication/Pricing 1.You're going to get a lawyer who goes the extra mile for you. Whether that's meeting you on a Saturday or at a Starbucks, I will work around your schedule as much as possible.2.You can talk to me via text message, at any time, free of charge. I will respond within 24 hours, usually sooner. 3.You get to talk to me, the attorney, not a go between or an assistant*.4.I offer flat pricing fees on most services, which include most phone calls and extra consultations free of charge.5.I offer flexible payment options and plans. 6.I don't charge you for every .10 of an hour that I spend on your case. We will tailor an individual plan that fits your needs.And the most important reason you should hireme? I fight, I win, and I shoot straight. I handle criminal cases, family law cases, real estate matters, and other civil suits. Call or text me today at 270-987-3117. I want to help you.Who Is Allison? Allison Coffeen Mohon is a native of Hopkinsville. After graduating from University Heights Academy in 1998, she received her B.A. in Criminal Justice/Philosophy from Murray State before graduating from Southern Illinois School of Law in Carbondale in 2009.Allison spent two years as a law clerk for Christian Circuit Court Judges John L. Atkins and Andrew C. Self. She was admitted to the Kentucky Bar in 2010. Allison has been a private attorney since 2011, focusing mainly on Criminal Law, Family Law, and Appellate Law. She is admitted to practice in the U.S. Federal Court in both the Eastern and Western Districts of Kentucky.In 2015, Allison won her first appeal with the Kentucky Supreme Court in the criminal case of Ruiz v. Commonwealth. She has also successfully defended a bus driver against assault and harassment charges at trial. Allison served as the President of the Christian County Bar Association for the year 2014-2015. She is a member of the Kentucky Legal Aid Board of Directors, and a member of the St. LukeÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s Free Clinic Board of Directors.