Contact Name: C.J. Victor, Attorney-At-Law
Business Name: C.J. Victor Attorney-At-Law
Business Address: 6601 Dixie Hwy, Florence, KY 41042
Business Phone: 859-525-1441
A full service law office performing legal work in multiple areas such as bankruptcy, family law (such as divorces and child custody/visitation matters), real estate matters, contracts and criminal law.
What first inspired you to get into your line of work? And what motivates you to do the work you do still today?
I first gained interest in being an attorney from watching my father (who was a great role model) negotiate bargaining agreements for a large company in Cincinnati. Much of my father’s personality flows through my veins, such as being patient and to the point when dealing with critical problems.
How did you come to faith in Christ?
By everyone around me praying for my salvation. They knew long before I did, how much I needed Christ, and how empty my life was without Him. Their faithful persistence was rewarded in due time when my heartfelt an overwhelming need to set my life straight and serve the One who created me and all world around me.
How does your faith impact the way you do business?
After 37 years of legal practice, all the local Judges and attorneys know that I am a person of high morals, integrity and professionalism. My faith has taught me to use my words in my law practice carefully “saying only what you mean” and “meaning what you say”. Contrary to some other attorneys who have crossed my path, I won’t lie, cheat or steal to get what isn’t deserved for my client, but I will work hard to get what my client deserves legally in the right way.
What ministry/cause do you champion and why?
My household has recently accepted an infant foster child who was born under less than ideal circumstances. The Word clearly says it is our duty to protect those who cannot protect themselves. We hope that this child, and any others to follow, will be given their chance to fulfill God’s special purposes for their lives. All we can do now is water the seedling, and see what harvest God can accomplish with our small offering.