Domestic violence allegations may arise in both divorce and custody battles, and these serious claims can greatly impact how the courts end up ruling in these cases. When domestic violence allegations are  made, the first thing that the courts will usually do is issue orders that will protect children and the victim of domestic violence from their abusers. As a result, the courts often grant protective orders and sole custody in these cases to the non-abusive parent.

When domestic violence is part of a divorce or custody case, trust Centennial Family Law Attorney Bruce H. Rabun to help you resolve these matters as favorably as possible.

When domestic violence is part of a divorce or custody case, trust Centennial Family Law Attorney Bruce H. Rabun to help you resolve these matters as favorably as possible.

However, in some cases, false allegations of domestic violence may be made as one parent may be trying to get back at the other or may simply be playing dirty to try to gain the upper hand in a divorce or custody case.

Regardless of how domestic violence allegations may arise in family law cases, the one certainty is that the people involved in these disputes can obtain the legal help they need, as well as aggressive advocacy and superior representation, by retaining Centennial Family Law Attorney Bruce H. Rabun. For more than three decades, Bruce H. Rabun has been helping his clients successfully resolve even the most complicated and contentious divorce and custody cases that involve allegations of domestic violence. He is ready to put his experience, skills and resources to work for you.

What is Domestic Violence?

According to the law, domestic violence is defined as “an act or threatened act of violence upon a person with whom the actor is or has been involved in an intimate relationship.” This means that:

  • Domestic violence can occur between spouses or between a parent and child.
  • Physical contact does not have to take place for an incident to constitute domestic violence.
  • Similarly, someone doesn’t have to get hurt in order for a situation to constitute domestic violence.
  • Reacting to someone else’s intended harm (i.e., allegedly protecting yourself) can also end up being an incident of domestic violence.

If You Are the Victim of Domestic Violence…

First and foremost, report the abuse to the police and protect yourself and your children. Then, contact us to learn about your options for getting a protective order and taking the proper action in family courts.

For instance, while Centennial Attorney Bruce H. Rabun can help you initiate divorce proceedings, he can also help you get custody and modify existing custody orders. Ultimately, he will fight aggressively for you and your child’s rights and safety.

If You Have Been Wrongfully Accused of Domestic Violence…

If you find yourself facing allegations of domestic violence, you should also call us for aggressive representation and the best chances of clearing your name. We know how to fight against false allegation of domestic violence, and our clients can always rely on us to tirelessly defend their rights, reputations and interests in their divorce and custody cases.

Centennial Divorce and Family Law Attorney at the Law Office of Bruce H. Rabun, LLC

Have you been the victim of domestic violence? Or have you been wrongfully accused of domestic violence? If so, you can rely on Centennial Divorce and Family Law Attorney Bruce H. Rabun to:

  • Aggressively advocate your rights
  • Provide you with the highest quality legal services
  • Resolve these issues as favorably as possible so you can move on with your life.

For more than 30 years, Bruce H. Rabun has been dedicated to successfully guiding each of his clients through life’s changes and difficult times. When you trust him to oversee your case, you can be confident that he will work diligently and relentlessly to fight for your rights and help you obtain the best possible outcomes to the domestic violence issues and allegations.

Let’s Meet to Discuss Your Case – Contact Us

Find out more about how Centennial Attorney Bruce H. Rabun can help you by attending an initial consultation. You can schedule this meeting by calling (303) 221-7899 or by emailing our firm using the contact form on this page.

From our office in Centennial, we represent people throughout the Denver metro areas, Arapahoe County, Douglas County and Jefferson County.