Protecting You and Your Family
Domestic violence affects everyone in the family. If you are dealing with domestic violence at home, you owe it to yourself and your loved ones to act.
Domestic violence takes many forms. Whether physical, verbal, harassing, emotional, financial, or causes harm to your peace or property, we want you to know you have options.
Help is just a call away—you don’t have to let it continue. Our lawyers are experienced in domestic violence cases and have worked with survivors and their families to help them rebuild their lives.
Getting Help is Just a Call or a Click Away
Whether you are going through a contentious divorce or trying to break out of a cycle of abuse that involves domestic violence, we can help you obtain the help you need to move past this phase.
We can help with a variety of domestic violence concerns, including housing issues, child custody, child support, divorce, and restraining orders.
Call today to speak to a domestic violence lawyer and take that first step toward healing.
Cost Should Not Be a Barrier to Accessing Quality Legal Services
If you don’t have the money to pay your domestic violence legal fees up front, ask us about our affordable payment plans. We’ll work with your budget to come up with a strategy that works for you.
Domestic Violence FAQ
Domestic violence involves intentional actions that harm or attempt to harm a person with whom the perpetrator is in a close relationship. The abuse could include
- Sexual assault
- Verbal threats to one’s person or others in or outside the household
- Stalking behavior
- Destructive acts on personal property
- Acts that disturb the peace
- Physical violence
A domestic violence restraining order (DVRO) is a court order that protects you from an intimate partner or close associate who is abusing or harassing you. In many cases, the perpetrator is a husband, wife, girlfriend, or boyfriend, but it could also be a child, sibling, parents, grandparents, roommate, sibling, or another close relative. Restraining orders against individuals that are not closely associated or related to you are called civil harassment restraining orders (CVROs). Speak to your lawyer about your situation, and we will help you choose the best solution to keep you safe.
A DVRO prevents your abuser from seeing you or your children, living in your home, owning a firearm, or being present in specific places, like your place of work or child’s school.
You can file a DVRO on behalf of your child. This approach is recommended in cases where the child has witnessed abuse and is traumatized by the experience, but the court will often request that you exhaust all other options before they grant the request. You will generally have to prove they are a threat before a DVRO is issued.
Break the Cycle of Abuse
Our family law team will work with you to get the help you need to move forward. Call today to learn more about how we can help with domestic violence. All correspondence is confidential, and your case will be handled with the utmost discretion.
Don’t wait a moment longer: speak to a lawyer today.