Domestic violence or abuse may not always manifest as a physical altercation or dispute. In many of the most serious instances of domestic abuse, it is emotional, verbal, or other actions that cause the most harm, not physical violence.
If you have suffered any type of domestic violence or abuse, now is the time to get seasoned and caring counsel behind your case. At Foreman & Rugile, we can help clients ensure their children are safe and they have the legal protection needed for peace of mind.
Our firm assists clients to through the process of filing a petition for a domestic violence restraining order with the court. A family law domestic violence restraining order may be appropriate in situations where a party has been threatened or abused by their spouse, someone they are dating or dated, a person they are living with, or a parent or relative. A parent may also be able to seek a restraining order on behalf of their child if they are being abused.
At Foreman & Rugile, we are able to provide individual attention through even the most heated and complex domestic violence or family abuse situations. We assist clients by filing restraining orders that will stop unwanted contact or abuse by preventing an abuser from unwanted contact, direct or indirect, keeping an abuser away from a client’s work place, home, or children’s school, and even request an abuser leave the residence.