Domestic Violence In California

Dealing with domestic violence can be difficult. It is important to recognize that not all domestic violence is physical in nature. Domestic violence can include but is not limited to:

  • Threats and intimidation
  • Emotional abuse
  • Physical abuse
  • Unwanted or annoying phone calls or text messages

These acts (and others) are domestic violence when they are committed against a partner, spouse, family member or another person in a close relationship with the accused.

Our team at Foster Hsu, LLP, can help you move forward whether you are a victim of domestic abuse or someone has accused you of it.

Call 408-841-7200 to make an appointment at our San Jose office.

Compassionate Support For Victims Of Domestic Violence

Being the victim of domestic violence can be difficult, especially when the abuse is not physical. You may find yourself in a position where you are trying to convince yourself, as well as the people around you, that there is a problem.

Protecting yourself and your children is what matters most. Talk with a family law attorney to help understand your options for dealing with someone who is abusing you.

Building A Strong Defense Against Domestic Violence Charges

Accusations of domestic violence are serious. Depending on the circumstances, you could face consequences in other aspects of your life in addition to any negative repercussions the accusations have on your divorce or child custody case.

It is important to talk with an attorney as soon as someone has accused you in order to limit the damage.

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No matter what side of a domestic violence situation you are on, we can help you understand your options so that you can move forward. Contact us online or call our office at 408-841-7200 to make an appointment.

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