Are You a Victim of Domestic Violence?
According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, approximately
1.3 million women are victims of domestic violence at the hands of an
intimate partner every year. While the victims of domestic violence can
also include men, 85% of the victims are women. If you are experiencing
domestic violence and are concerned about your safety, or if you have
been accused of domestic violence, you need to take immediate legal action.
The safety and well-being of your children, or your reputation, could
be at stake.
Issuing a Protective Order in Toms River
Victims of domestic violence can protect themselves from further abuse
by filing for a protective order—or
restraining order—against their abuser. This will force the abuser to leave the home,
if they share the residence, and forbid them from coming within a certain
radius of the victim. An Ocean County divorce lawyer from our firm can
guide you through the entire process so that you can feel peace of mind
in knowing that your abuser can no longer cause you harm.
At Jay Turnbach, Esq., LLC, we realize how difficult and stressful it can
be to deal with domestic violence. Handling a wide array of family law
cases, our firm can also help you file for
child custody so that your future is free from abuse. We genuinely care about the well-being
of our clients, and we will do everything possible to help protect their
safety and provide them with the legal resources to resolve their family
issues. We have represented countless victims of domestic violence in
Toms River and other areas of Ocean County for
more than 20 years. We are ready and willing to help you and your family get through this
difficult moment too.
Contact Our Ocean County Lawyer Today
personalized legal representation and skills you need for your domestic violence matter,
please contact us as soon as possible. We can review the details of your situation during a
free case evaluation and begin working to protect your safety as soon as possible.
With our firm on your side, you and your family can move on to a safer future.