NYC Domestic Violence Attorney
Understanding Domestic Violence and Your Divorce
Sadly, domestic violence is factor in many divorce cases. At Eiges &
Orgel, PLLC, we offer effective legal guidance for families dealing with
divorce-related domestic violence matters, including
orders of protection. Domestic violence can threaten the safety and well-being of your family,
and empty threats of abuse can lead to unfair custody and visitation agreements.
Our NYC divorce attorneys are committed to helping clients fight for justice,
whether they face false accusations of violence or need to obtain orders
of protection to defend their family from harm.
Orders of Protection and Your Family
The term “orders of protection” refers to a court-issued document
that protects you and your family form abuse, harassment, and violence.
If you are afraid for the safety of yourself or your children, our New
York domestic violence lawyers can help you get orders of protection.
What orders of protection can do for you:
- Keep your ex from seeing your children
- Force the offending person to leave your home
- Obligate the offending party to follow child custody orders
- Keep your ex from obtaining or possessing a firearm
- Direct the offending party to pay child support
If you need orders of protection, speak with a representative from Eiges
& Orgel, PLLC today. We are here to help you, so
fill out our online form to request a comprehensive evaluation of your case.
What to do if You Face Accusations of Domestic Violence
Domestic abuse and harassment is a serious threat to many families, but
manipulative accusations of nonexistent violence are equally unacceptable.
If you are facing an unfair accusation of domestic violence from you ex,
our New York domestic violence lawyers can help you protect your rights.
If your ex successfully obtains orders of protection, the court may force
you to leave your home. Additionally, false accusations of abuse can keep
you from seeing your children.
The sooner you contact us, the more time we have to protect your rights.
Identifying Domestic Violence in Your Divorce
The term “domestic violence” refers to broad range of actions
and situations. According to the United States Department of Justice,
domestic violence encompasses the following types of abuse:
- Physical Violence
- Emotional Abuse
- Psychological Abuse
- Financial Abuse
- Sexual Abuse
If you are a victim of domestic violence, now is the time to seek legal
guidance. Take action to protect yourself and your family from further
abuse and speak with a New York City divorce attorney from Eiges &
40+ Years of Legal Experience on Your Side
At Eiges & Orgel, PLLC, we have more than 40 years of legal experience.
Today, we are proud to use our knowledge and skills to help clients like
you. To start your case, contact our law firm today and requires your
first consultation with a lawyer. During your comprehensive consultation,
we can discuss the details of your case help you understand your legal
options and rights.