Domestic Violence and Intimate Partner Violence

Domestic violence is defined as abuse that one person commits against another who is a spouse or former spouse, cohabitant or former cohabitant, co-parent of a child, current or former dating partner, or fiancé. As of January 1, 2015, the California Domestic  Violence Protection Act explicitly states that “abuse” is not restricted to physical abuse. Domestic violence can destroy a family and traumatize the victims, especially children who witness domestic violence between their parents or loved ones. We ensure you have immediate protection then work with the courts, agencies and service providers to help you get your life and family back on track.

  • Restraining order protection
  • Restitution for financial costs
  • Liaison with prosecuting agencies when necessary
  • Therapeutic support services for adults and children
  • Resources for personal injury damages claims