Protecting Yourself Against Domestic Violence
Oct. 28, 2020
Domestic violence is a serious and often misunderstood issue. It can be difficult to support evidence of the violence, and victims often still suffer after removing themselves from their situation. Victims may find themselves vulnerable in virtually every moment of their lives, be it in the home, through communication channels, and even on social media. Karen S. Brown uses forward-thinking strategies as a domestic violence attorney in Los Angeles, California, to defend victims from further abuse in every part of their lives. Ms. Brown is an experienced and intuitive family law attorney with a team dedicated to helping victims pursue justice and peace of mind. Do not hesitate to contact our practice today if you or a loved one have been a victim of domestic violence.
Have You Experienced Domestic Violence?
A common misconception about domestic violence is that it is exclusively women suffering physical abuse from male significant others. Sometimes the situation is quite the opposite, but it can also include disputes between fathers and sons, mothers and daughters, same-sex couples, cohabiting couples, and other close family relations.
Abuse is not limited to physical battery either. Often, verbal, psychological, and emotional abuse can take place through other situations. Abuse can include threatening language or degrading comments, such as insults or verbal threats. Victims can also suffer from emotional trauma with abusers threatening self-harm or danger if their significant other does not stay in the relationship.
There is a wide range of other ways that abuse can manifest, such as social isolation and stalking, and it is important to understand if you or a loved one have suffered from any form of domestic violence.
If you have been the victim of domestic violence, you should not wait a minute more to remove yourself from the situation and seek aid. Karen S. Brown not only provides legal counsel but can help you find medical help and other support services to make sure you are safe and healthy. She can also help clients seek restraining orders for further legal protection from abusers.
It is especially important that you act quickly to end abuse if your children are endangered. There are a variety of charges that can be brought against abusers, including additional charges when a child is involved, such as child endangerment and child abuse. Our firm has extensive experience helping victims out of these situations, and will immediately start working towards finding you the support you need. We can help ensure your children stay in safe, caring custody and are properly supported.
"Many victims of domestic violence find it difficult to take the first step towards getting the help and support they need after suffering from abuse. Our team is dedicating to helping victims safely move forward with their lives." — Karen S. Brown
Modern Domestic Violence
Evidence of domestic violence in modern cases can be established by looking at newer channels, such as texting and social media. In recent years, courts have determined that this evidence may be presented to build a case and that it is weighted according to a variety of factors. Karen S. Brown and her team stay informed of laws that govern this evidence and how these laws change over time so they can use technology to their advantage.
Seek Legal Protection
Many victims of domestic violence find it difficult to take the first step towards getting the help and support they need after suffering from abuse. Our team is dedicating to helping victims safely move forward with their lives. Contact the practice of Karen S. Brown today to get away from the domestic violence in your life.