Practice Areas - Family Law

Domestic Violence

Riverside County Family Law Lawyers

Unfortunately in our society, domestic violence is one of the main factors in the increasing number of divorces nationwide.  Domestic violence can be defined as physical contact (i.e. pushing, shoving, pulling hair), or even verbal threats, from one person to another.  Several factors contribute to domestic violence, including lack of communication, short tempers, bad finances, infidelity and a history of physical or verbal abuse.


If you are the victim of domestic violence, you can attempt to obtain a Temporary Restraining Order against your abuser.  This order will make it a crime for the abuser to be within a certain distance from your home, work, and/or school.  Contact an experienced domestic violence attorney to ensure the paperwork is completed correctly.


On the other hand, if you believe you have been unfairly or wrongfully accused of domestic violence, you will need the legal assistance of an attorney to help defend you in court.  Our experienced attorneys can successfully defeat inaccurate reports of domestic violence against you.


At Le, Clark & Ho, LLP, our family law attorneys are committed to ensuring your rights are protected to the fullest extent of the law.  If you have been the victim of domestic violence or have been accused of committing domestic violence, contact our law firm immediately!


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