Domestic Violence Cases in Palmdale
Palmdale Domestic Violence Attorney Helps Families
Domestic violence includes physical violence or a verbal threat of physical violence. If you are the victim of domestic violence, our Palmdale divorce lawyer can help you obtain a restraining order against the other party. If the abuser is your current spouse, our attorney at the Law Offices of John C. Bigler can help you through your divorce case. We can ensure that you and your children are protected now and in the future. If you are older than 65 years old, you may be entitled to protection under an elder abuse order of protection.
Are you being accused of domestic violence?
If you have been accused of domestic violence, this allegation can drastically affect your life and your case. In fact, you may lose every opportunity of obtaining child custody or visitation rights. In many cases, one party will claim domestic violence against the other just so that he or she can have an advantage in the divorce, such as gaining the upper hand in a family law dispute. Our Palmdale divorce lawyer offers aggressive representation to protect the rights of those faced with false accusations. You must take immediate action to avoid losing the right to custody of your child.
Palmdale Divorce Lawyer with 25 Years' Experience
Our lawyer has many credentials that can be used to benefit your case. He has 25 years of experience that includes thousands of family law cases, from uncontested to contested divorces.
We can use our high-quality business model to create plans of action and pursue the best possible outcomes for our clients. Whether the client decides to go to court or pursue settlement, we can guide him or her throughout each step.
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