When it comes to domestic violence, most victims are likely to think that this type of crime could never happen to them. Once the shock wears off, though, there are probably a host of emotions that the victim must deal with. Foremost among these concerns is how to get help and form a solution to this very serious problem.
Unfortunately, both domestic violence and false accusations of domestic abuse can happen to just about anyone in Orange County. Family relationships can suddenly turn volatile, individuals may erupt in anger and violence may be the end result. In other situations, a disagreement can become extremely heated and witnesses may report what they believe is violence in the home, or parties to a dispute may lash out with false allegations. In any event, obtaining professional legal advice may be a huge part of forming an effective solution.
With an experienced legal advocate on one's side, one can begin to see hope in a seemingly dire situation. There are various types of protective orders available in Southern California, for instance, but one may not know it, or how to obtain one, without a knowledgeable lawyer. In addition, a local attorney can inform victims of either abuse or false allegations of their rights in every type of domestic violence-related situation. Whenever a potential crime is involved, victims may not have the time to try and figure things out on their own. At the law firm of Burch Shepard Law Group, they don't have to.
There are many things to consider when choosing a lawyer, but usually at the top of the list are both compassion and assertiveness. At Burch, Coulston & Shepard, the skilled family lawyers have dealt with countless domestic violence-related cases in the past and understand how to navigate these delicate and sometimes urgent legal matters. Whether one is obtaining a temporary restraining order, a permanent protective order or wants to know how to safely divorce or separate, the attorneys here can offer a tailored solution with compassion and vigilance.