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Domestic Violence

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Our divorce lawyers provide expert legal advice for all aspects of divorce, including child custody, support and property division. Call us today or schedule a no-obligation case evaluation.

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Domestic Violence Lawyers

Domestic violence crimes are defined as crimes committed by one member of a family or household against another. This may include domestic partners, siblings, parent and child or ex-partners. Experiencing domestic violence, whether it be physical violence, harassment or other psychological violence, can be extremely traumatic. Many survivors of domestic violence feel intimidated by the thought of legal proceedings, or uncertain of their case. Hemmat Law’s trusted and caring domestic violence lawyers are experienced in representing victims. They can work with you to establish a Domestic Violence Protection order and make sure you are treated fairly and respectfully through the legal process.

If you have been wrongfully accused of domestic violence, you have criminal and civil rights, and Hemmat Law can domestic violence lawyers will make sure that your voice is heard and your rights upheld.

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Child Support and Parenting Plans

Parents have a right to see their children flourish in a safe and secure environment. Hemmat Law work with clients to ensure that divorce parenting plans and child support agreements act in the best interests of those involved. Hemmat family lawyers will act to ensure that your divorce parenting plans are robust and fair…

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Threats and Intimidation

Everyone has the right to feel safe. If you have experienced verbal threats or intimidation, Hemmat Law Group can offer experienced legal guidance and, where appropriate, can help you to seek a restraining order in relation to the intimidating behaviour and threats. Your safety and wellbeing is paramount…

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Parental Alienation

Managing co-parenting circumstances can be difficult and contentious. If one parent attempts to distort a child’s relationship with the other, speaking badly of them, blocking them from seeing them or other manipulative behaviours, Washington state courts take this parental alienation seriously, and so do Hemmat’s parental alienation lawyers…

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Committed Intimate Relationships

There are unique legal considerations for committed intimate relationship separations in Washington state. Hemmat Law Group’s separation lawyers have extensive experience in helping clients to understand the intricacy of child support rights for unmarried couples, and establish rightful division on assets. Contact us today to talk through your case…

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Divorce and Separation

A divorce can be one of the most stressful, challenging experiences anyone can go through in life. Hemmat Law’s divorce and family lawyers work have decades of experiences working with clients across Seattle and throughout the state of Washington. They are committed to making the process as easy to navigate as possible…

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Anti-Harassment & Protective Orders

Whether you need help with cases involving stalking, domestic violence, harassment or neighbor disputes, Hemmat Law Group family lawyers are here to help. We believe that everyone across Washington deserves to feel safe and secure in their daily lives. If you or a loved one needs to ensure the whole story is fairly considered by the judicial system, contact Hemmat Law protection order lawyers today…

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FAQs

What is Domestic Violence?
Can I be protected from a physical abuser?
Is domestic violence limited to couples or family members?
If the alleged victim in the case doesn’t want to press charges, will the case be dropped?
Can I be protected from a physical abuser?
How long will a Protective Order last?
My abuser is an intimate partner, and I am trying to divorce them. How will this change the process?
I was served with a Temporary Protection Order. What is it?
Does a no-contact order really prevent me from entering my own home?
Will I have to serve time in jail for a domestic violence conviction?
The allegations against me are false. How can I clear my name?
If I have been served a protective order, what happens if I violate it?
There is currently a domestic violence standing protective order against me. The protected person is inviting me to violate the order’s terms. May I do so?

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