Domestic charges sometimes result when complex family issues get out of control. These cases are handled on a separate docket than other types of criminal cases and often have family law implications (such as divorce and/or custody). If you have been accused of or charged with any type of domestic violence or abuse, having a knowledgeable and skilled lawyer on your side is essential.
In some domestic violence situations, accusations of abuse or assault are false. Alleged victims may make false reports when trying to gain the upper hand in a child custody dispute or divorce situation. These false allegations are extremely serious, as restraining orders or protective orders can be issued and may have a drastic impact on your life. It affects your right to possess firearms, to remain in your home, and sometimes to even see your children. Our firm works tirelessly to investigate each and every case to defend against these allegations and successfully resolve your domestic case.
Contact a Stamford Domestic Violence Lawyer Today
Domestic violence charges are very serious and should be addressed immediately. Whether you have been accused of spousal abuse, child abuse, risk of injury, or assault, harassment or threatening, we can help you fight the charges and stand up for your rights. Call our office today at 203-327-1500 or contact us online for a free consultation.
Victim’s Rights and Victim Representation.
Victims of domestic violence have Constitutional and statutory rights in Connecticut. If a victim has questions or concerns about how to apply for or modify Restraining Orders, Protective Orders, contact us and we can discuss the best way to ensure your interests are represented, you are safe, and your voice is heard.
If you or someone you love is the victim of a family violence crime, contact our attorneys at Koffsky & Felsen, LLC. The partners at Koffsky & Felsen understand that court involvement in domestic, or family, violence cases will affect the parties long after the criminal case is resolved.
If you are involved in a domestic violence crime, you should contact an attorney immediately and understand your rights. Every stage in the process is critical. It is important to preserve any evidence related to your matter. If you have pictures, text messages, emails, or any other documentation that would be useful, take immediate steps to preserve that information and provide it to your attorney. Contact the law office of Koffsky & Felsen, LLC at 203-327-1500 to learn how we can help you and guide you through the domestic violence process.