With years of experience in family law, The Law Office of Joyce M. Holcomb can assist you with your domestic violence matters. With a qualified attorney who knows the law, you can get a favorable resolution for your case. Don’t tackle domestic abuse issues on your own. Find an attorney that will fight for your rights.
Opening a Domestic Violence Case
If you have been a victim of domestic abuse, you may be confused about your options. A judge can grant an order of protection that will keep an abuser from contacting or harming you. Your lawyer will gather the necessary evidence for the court to reach a decision. If there are children involved, a judge can grant an order of protection for their safety. The key is to act quickly to secure the best possible outcome and keep your family as safe as possible.
Dealing with domestic abuse issues in the context of a divorce case can be complex. Document any incidents and gather any police reports that you may have. If there are witnesses to any abuse, they may be called to testify on your behalf. Give your lawyers all of the information that you have at your disposal. They will be able to research past cases and fight for your rights.
Defending domestic violence cases also takes a skillful attorney because if a restraining order is granted it can affect your employment and constitutional rights.
Serving the San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, The Law Office of Joyce M. Holcomb prides itself on providing personal attention to every client. Our firm will work diligently, seeking the best possible resolution in your case. Call 909-889-7111 for a free consultation today.Joyce Holcomb
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