CHARLOTTE LAWYERS HANDLING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND RESTRAINING ORDERS CONCERNS
Protecting Your Rights And Safety Against Domestic Abuse
If your marriage has been affected by physical or emotional violence, you need and deserve protection under the law. Our Charlotte family law attorneys will work hard to ensure you receive such protection with a domestic violence restraining order (50B). A restraining order can protect the safety and emotional stability of your family by removing the violent family member from the home.
As your advocate, we can then help you navigate the complexities of the situation and determine the appropriate steps for moving forward. This may include filing a lawsuit for divorce, negotiating a separation agreement or seeking a more amicable means of resolution such as family counseling.
We understand that you may have concerns about speaking with a lawyer about such a personal matter as domestic violence in the home. Sometimes, however, it is necessary to protect your safety and that of your children. We take your privacy concerns seriously and maintain strict confidentiality throughout your case.
Fighting Against False Allegations Of Domestic Violence
Sometimes allegations of domestic abuse can be improperly used in an attempt to gain leverage in highly contested child custody and visitation cases, separation or divorce. Being accused of domestic violence or having a restraining order in place against you can significantly impact your family law outcomes, so experienced and responsive representation is essential to protect your best interests. If you have been falsely accused of domestic violence, our lawyers will immediately take the appropriate legal actions to protect your rights.
Contact Our Experienced Legal Team
As experienced family lawyers, we understand the logistical challenges and emotional complexity that can arise in domestic violence situations. When you contact the Tom Bush Law Group, you can have confidence our family law team has the skill and resources to help you find a solution. Call 704-347-0110 to schedule a consultation.