Domestic violence accusations should not be taken lightly. When domestic violence accusations arise during the divorce process, it is important to act quickly and speak to an attorney as soon as possible. The effects of domestic violence allegations can be wide reaching, and ultimately affect child custody determinations and where you live.
Whether you have been falsely accused of domestic violence, or you are a victim of domestic violence, do not hesitate to contact an attorney from Keith, Winters & Wenning, L.L.C., in Bradley Beach.
Victims of Domestic Violence
If you or your children are experiencing domestic violence or abuse at home, it is important to take immediate action and seek help before someone gets seriously injured. Our attorneys help victims of domestic violence in New Jersey, specifically in matters that are related to divorce or other family law matters.
Victims may wish to seek a restraining order to keep you and your family safe. When you work with our law firm, we can explain what legal options are available to ensure your safety, and how we can help with your child custody or divorce-related matter.
False Allegations of Domestic Violence
Divorce can be a highly emotional, difficult time for all involved. Out of desperation, one spouse may accuse the other of domestic abuse or violence. This may be done in an effort to gain child custody or simply to make the other spouse look bad.
If you have been falsely accused of domestic violence against your spouse or your child, talk to a lawyer as soon as possible. Our lawyers can provide the support you need to ensure that your rights are not compromised by false allegations of domestic violence or abuse.