Divorce and spousal abuse can, in some situations, be linked together. There are possible instances where one triggers the other — the divorce touches off spousal abuse or the battered spouse is the one seeking a divorce. It is extremely important that you contact a family law lawyer at the Cantor Law Group for help if you feel like you have been or are the victim of spousal abuse.
Spousal Abuse & Arizona Divorce
When dealing with a sensitive issue like spousal abuse, you want an attorney with modern legal knowledge, technical expertise and compassion on your side. You need to know what options are available to you and to be able to discuss them with someone who can tell you how they might represent you in your respective situation. The Cantor Law Group has many years of combined experience, and can help you find the solution that resolves your case. We deal with separation, divorce, custody issues, domestic abuse, parental alienation and other sensitive issues with the utmost compassion. We are also experienced at working with people unjustly accused of issues concerning abuse or alienation. Our initial consultation is free and we encourage anyone with questions to call and find out what options are the best for your specific situation.
False Allegations of Spousal Abuse
One of the things we find quite often in Arizona divorce cases is a false allegation of spousal abuse. The situation that is most common is step-parent being accused of abuse or harming the other parent or step-child. This can happen to step-parents if the divorce becomes contentious between Mom and Step-Dad, or the other way around. False allegations are just as hurtful as real allegations because there can be a criminal legal action taken. If the suspected abuse (real or false) is of sexual nature, those type of crimes in Arizona are typically ‘non-bondable’, meaning you will stay in jail until the situation is legally resolved. Make no mistake, real and false allegations of any type of abuse are very serious and should not be taken lightly. This is why we recommend you speak with an attorney as soon as possible.
If you want to take action against spousal abuse or a false allegation, give our offices a call at (602) 691-6385 and schedule a free consultation. The meeting will take about 30 minutes and by the time you leave, you will have our professional opinion on your next steps. You can also use our confidential email form to contact a family law attorney as well.