Our Stockton family law firm has handled domestic violence cases from both angles. We understand the fears and frustrations related to domestic assault cases and have successfully walked our clients through this process.
Domestic assault cases typically involve a heightened sense of emotional connections. As a result of the sensitivity of the parties involved it is critical to have legal representation that is experienced in these matters. Attorneys handling domestic assault cases should have a unique balance of aggressive strategies with a compassionate approach to the circumstances. If you’ve been charged with the offense the accusation can greatly affect your future endeavors.
Domestic Violence Attorney
Whether you’re the victim of a domestic violence incident or have been charged with a domestic assault offense our team of legal professionals is here to help. At Bansmer Law we’re committed to helping our clients navigate their legal process with confidence. We want to ensure the clients we represent have a full understanding of our approach. We take the time to explain our legal strategies so that you can comprehend exactly what’s going on with your specific case.
In domestic assault cases the most important aspect is the clients safety and well-being. If you feel as if your life is in any type of danger you should contact the proper authorities immediately. There are legal tools to help protect you and safeguard your surroundings. Restraining orders are common in domestic assault cases and can be obtained for your protection. After contacting law enforcement and securing your safety call 209-474-2400 for a confidential consultation.
At Bansmer Law we are one hundred percent committed to seeking justice on our clients behalf. In domestic assault cases there is no room for error. Family Law Attorney Erica Bansmer has fought tirelessly on behalf of her clients, building strategic cases to deliver the results they desire. By mounting a successful track record of case results she continues to represent her clients best interests both in and out of the courtroom.Back to blog home