Dealing With Domestic Violence Issues

No one should put up with domestic violence or abuse. If you are in an abusive situation, there are remedies. I can help you secure a domestic violence injunction, also known as a restraining order, if you are entitled to one.

I am Naples attorney Beverly L. Brennan, and I have been helping individuals and families deal with domestic violence situations for 30 years. I also work with people who have been accused of domestic violence, and I can help with all that happens after a domestic violence injunction is served.

How Domestic Violence Impacts Divorce

If you are married to your abuser or your accuser, your domestic violence situation will be a part of your divorce. My extensive background in family law can help you find the solutions that you may need beyond a restraining order.

Accusations of domestic violence can be brought up in a divorce or other family law matters such as child custody determinations and parenting plans for unmarried couples. Such issues can cause turmoil in otherwise simple cases and should never be taken lightly.

Let A Former Prosecutor Assist You With Civil Injunctions/Restraining Orders

My experience as a former prosecutor is an added asset in your domestic violence case. I understand both the family law and criminal law sides of the case, which allows me to better protect your interests in divorce and custody-related matters.

If you are facing criminal charges, I will partner with an experienced criminal defense attorney to make sure that all of your family law issues are being addressed.

Let A Lawyer Stand Up For You

If you need assistance escaping spousal abuse, or if you need a restraining order/no-contact order, call the Law Offices of Beverly L. Brennan, P.A., today at 239-207-3051 or toll-free at 239-207-3051. You can also contact me online to schedule your initial consultation.

The Shelter for Abused Women also has resources such as counseling and support groups available for victims and their children.