Helping Clients Resolve Problems Quickly
From a legal perspective, accusations of domestic violence can lead to assault and battery charges. Domestic violence usually refers to physical aggression or threats directed toward a spouse, partner, girlfriend or boyfriend, or a member of the perpetrator’s household.
Many domestic violence cases begin during an argument or a fight at home. Sometimes, when the police are called, a law enforcement officer may make an arrest despite a lack of evidence that a crime has been committed — even despite the protests of the person who originally called 911. If you have been charged with a crime that relates to domestic violence, you should speak to an attorney. You should not talk to the police or sheriff until you have obtained legal advice.
We Can Help You Deal With Domestic Violence Charges
At Besen Law in Asheville, North Carolina, we understand the legal, relational and emotional components of domestic violence-related situations. Attorney Ted Besen, a former police officer, can represent you if your case involves:
- Assault and battery
- Restraining orders, which may relate to divorce and child custody conflicts
- Alleged spousal abuse
- Reports of child abuse or neglect
- Expungement of arrest records and charges if you are found not guilty
Our goal in domestic violence cases is to help our clients resolve their legal problems as quickly as possible. As our client, you will receive excellent service from our team. Your case will be given the time and attention it deserves.
Contact Us To Get Your Questions Answered | We Offer A Free Consultation
Talk to an Asheville domestic violence lawyer. Contact Besen Law at 828-209-8452 for a free consultation about your case.