Advocates for the Accused
The family is sacrosanct and no one should ever raise a hand in anger against their own family member. But, when relationships are bent to the breaking point sometimes things get out of control.
When your facing a Temporary Restraining Order and being removed from your home, with divorce potentially in the cards, and uncertainty over when you can see your kids again, it needs to be taken very seriously.
We understand what it means to be in the grip of life and facing the incomprehensible. We know what it feels like to be simultaneously desperate for the real story to come out, but also cowering in shame.
A Priority on Saving the Family
When differences & arguments take over your world, when infidelity, neglect, or disrespect boil over into anger — it is a long way back to the good old days when everything was good and healthy.
But it is worth it.
Having once decided to commit yourself to your significant other and to build a family with them, you will always be a part of each other’s lives.
Repairing an unhealthy marriage is always better than giving up on what you’ve built over years.
There is a time to move on, but not yet.
Whatever happened and whoever started it, everyone shares some part of the blame.
First, you admit your part in the fault, whatever percentage that is. Second, you forgive your spouse and realize their fear is justified. Third, you seek forgiveness and reconciliation.
Finally, if those efforts result in a dead end, we defend you as best we can and make sure this unfortunate episode does not affect the rest of your life.
Our capabilities in terms of working with domestic violence matters:
- Temporary Restraining Orders
- DV Hearings
- Permanent Restraining orders
- civil restraints
- release of TRO/FRO/CVs
- special conditions
- Mini-DV Trials
- Mediation & reconciliation
- Assisting with psychological counseling
- Anger Management
- Referring to Family Therapy
- saving your marriage
cultivating a culture of excellence
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