Greensboro Domestic Violence Attorney

Protecting Victims Against Domestic Violence and Defending those Wrongly Accused

The Greensboro domestic violence attorneys at Arthur & Kirkman are experienced in both protecting those who have been abused and defending those who have been accused of acts of domestic violence. In a domestic violence case, it is important to hire a domestic violence lawyer who has experience in both the civil and criminal aspects of domestic violence cases. On the civil side, a plaintiff may have filed a Complaint seeking a domestic violence protective order against a Defendant. On the criminal side of the case, the accused may have been arrested and charged with a crime. The experienced Greensboro domestic violence attorneys at Arthur & Kirkman know both the criminal and civil sides of the legal system and how to protect your best interests, in both criminal court and civil court.

Our skilled domestic violence attorneys are thoroughly knowledgeable in the domestic violence laws of North Carolina. Our team of attorneys and professional legal staff will work hard to be sure your rights are protected, whether you are a victim or someone who has been accused of domestic violence. Set up a consultation with one of our domestic violence attorneys today by calling (336) 274-7898 or contacting us online.

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Advocacy For Victims of Violence

Protecting Against Acts of Domestic Violence

If you are a victim of domestic violence, you are not alone. Our domestic violence victim lawyers stand ready to provide you with compassionate and competent legal representation. Victims of domestic violence face a number of different struggles to get their voice heard, they need strong legal counsel. Our lawyers understand how being a victim of domestic violence can affect you, your family, your kids, and your job. Our domestic violence attorneys will work to make certain that your best interests are protected. There are specific laws (both criminal and civil laws) in North Carolina that provide speedy protection to victims of domestic violence. Our Greensboro attorneys offer their knowledge of domestic violence law (both criminal and civil law) to guide you through the process and help you obtain the necessary protections you and your children need. Our experienced trial lawyers will stand by your side and advocate for you in Court and before the judge. As a partner with you, we will explain your rights, explain the law, and explain how it applies to you and your children.

Get legal help and protection today! Call our office at 336-274-7898 or contact us online to schedule an appointment with one of our skilled and experienced domestic violence attorneys. Let us protect your best interests.

Defense Against Domestic Violence Allegations and Charges

Defending those Wrongly Accused

Being accused of domestic violence can have an immediate and drastic impact on your life. Our Top Rated Greensboro domestic violence defense attorneys provide skilled legal defense to those who are facing the loss of serious rights as a result of domestic violence allegations made against them. Allegations of domestic violence can result in the loss of serious personal liberties, such as the inability to see or visit with children, prohibitions from going home or being on the property, the loss of the right to own a firearm, as well as the loss of many other rights and liberties. Allegations of assault or domestic violence can seriously damage your reputation, career, and parental rights if not handled properly. If you have been arrested or served with a temporary Domestic Violence Protective Order (also known as a 50B, restraining order, ex parte order), you need effective legal representation to protect your rights. The assistance of a skilled Greensboro domestic violence defense attorney can be critical to achieving a successful outcome in your case.

It is a harsh reality that too often the person making the domestic violence allegations do so to gain an advantage over the other party – such as an attempt to evict the other from their residence, attempt to obtain immediate custody of a minor child, or attempt to obtain possession of property that is the result of a relationship between two parties (such as a vehicle). Accusations of domestic violence can make it difficult for you to see your kids, keep your home, not to mention other challenges associated with being associated with accusations of that you committed an act of domestic violence. To protect your rights and effectively defend yourself from domestic violence or spousal abuse allegations, it is important that you seek out a skilled and experienced domestic violence attorney as quickly as possible. Our attorneys have significant experience in this area of the law, so we know to how approach and defend wrongfully levied domestic violence allegations.

If you have been arrested or charged with an act of domestic violence or have been served with civil papers (possibly including a Domestic Violence Protective Order / 50B Order / Restraining Order), you need an experienced lawyer as your advocate and guide. Call our domestic violence defense attorneys at (336) 274-7898 or contact us online to set up a consultation today.

We Can Help You Overcome Domestic Violence Criminal Charges

Law enforcement and the prosecutors with the District Attorney's office vigorously prosecute domestic violence cases, oftentimes even when the person making the allegations or the alleged victim wants to drop the charges. We understand how the State and the District Attorney's office handles domestic violence cases. You need to make sure your rights are protected. If you have been arrested or charged with a domestic violence crime, without delay, contact the lawyers at Arthur & Kirkman for an aggressive and experienced criminal defense attorney who will fight to protect your rights. Our lawyers are well-prepared to defend you and your rights and help you fight against domestic violence charges. Our experienced lawyers are committed to providing clients with a knowledgeable defense, which includes an understanding of how criminal charges can affect a civil family law case – such as custody/visitation with your kids or even the amount of alimony/spousal support you may have to pay. As Domestic Violence lawyers in Guilford County, we have been able to successfully defend many individuals who have been wrongfully accused of domestic violence. We are tough criminal defense attorneys, well-prepared to fight for you and protect your rights. We understand the impact that a potential criminal conviction places on an individual's life, present, and future employment, and reputation in the community.

Our Greensboro domestic violence attorneys have extensive experience defending clients facing serious domestic violence allegations, involving:

  • Physical violence and domestic assault
  • Spousal abuse
  • Assault on a female
  • Injury to personal property
  • Injury to real property
  • Child abuse, child neglect or child endangerment
  • Sexual abuse
  • Communicating threats and Harassing Phone Calls
  • Trespass including Second Degree Trespass and Domestic Criminal Trespass
  • Stalking and Cyber stalking
  • Protection Order violation

If you have been arrested or charged with an act of domestic violence, you need an experienced lawyer as your advocate and guide. Call our law office today at (336) 274-7898 to meet with an experienced Greensboro domestic violence defense attorney without delay.

Accusations of Domestic Violence Have Consequences

Accusations of domestic violence against you can cause considerable damage and have lasting consequences on your life. It can adversely affect your ability to find a job, hinder employment promotion possibilities, or even affect your ability to be admitted to certain education programs. Such accusations can also carry other consequences such as: you may lose the right to possess your vehicle, you may not be able to see or visit with your children, you may be prevented from living in your home, you may be prevented from owning or possessing a firearm, and may be restricted from moving freely throughout your community. If you are not a citizen of the United States, you may face deportation.

Regardless of whether the accusations were made by a spouse, significant other, domestic partner, parent, or child – we are here to defend you and protect your rights! Our domestic violence defense attorneys will represent and advise you through any issues which may arise out of domestic violence accusations, including both criminal and civil matters. If you are facing domestic violence criminal charges in North Carolina, it is critically important to consult with a skilled lawyer as soon as possible. Contact Us today online or by telephone at (336) 274-7898 to arrange a consultation with a skilled and experienced Greensboro and High Point domestic violence attorney.

At Arthur & Kirkman Attorneys at Law, we provided skilled legal representation to clients in Greensboro, High Point, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Pleasant Garden, Jamestown, Gibsonville, Guilford County and the surrounding areas. The lawyers at Arthur & Kirkman have more than 50 years of combined experience and a proven record of success representing clients in domestic violence situations – both protecting and advocating for victims and defending those wrongfully accused. Contact our office today at 336-274-7898 to arrange a consultation with an experienced and top rated Greensboro domestic violence attorney to protect you and your interests.

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