Family Violence Lawyer Suwanee & Gwinnett County
Your Family Violence Attorney Will Defend You
If you or a loved one has been accused of family violence, call the criminal defense attorneys at Banks, Stubbs & McFarland LLP today for a free initial consultation.
Contact Your Family Violence Lawyer Now!
Banks, Stubbs & McFarland LLP will be there for you if you or a family member is charged with family violence. We know how sensitive these matters are, and we remain dedicated to providing you with the best representation possible, assisting you throughout these trying times.
Family violence is something that we take very seriously, and we will take your case with an understanding and empathetic attitude. Know that you don’t have to fight your charge alone. We are here to fight allegations of family violence.
The regulations that govern family law are constantly changing. Defendants must have a legal team that fully grasps every applicable law and knows how they can work in your favor. New cases are decided every single day. Let our attorneys help you find the way to deal with these charges during your time of need.
Restraining and Protective Orders
Our law firm can help you with restraining and protective order situations as well. We understand how stressful these can be for the defendant, and while we will never argue that some of these orders are completely necessary, others are not.
Types of Family Violence We Defend
Banks, Stubbs & McFarland LLP has been handling family law cases for many years. We know that every situation is incredibly different. Though domestic violence instances continue to increase, so do the actions taken across the world to try and curb them.
Many instances of abuse occur between family members who live in close quarters every day, but so do false allegations, misunderstandings, and misconstrued situations. Whatever role you’ve played in domestic violence, we know that you likely feel victimized, ostracised, and alone.
Here are the types of domestic abuse allegations we typically defend:
- Physical abuse (hitting, kicking, punching)
- Sexual abuse/sexual assault
- Economic abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Psychological abuse
Our lawyers will defend you against criminal charges of domestic assault or abuse, working as hard as we can for a favorable outcome for you. Penalties for domestic abuse and violence can be incredibly harsh, ranging from fines and court fees to immigration issues and jail time.
A felony conviction will strip you of civil rights and play a significant role in determining your future, even if jail time is not substantial. You could be permanently deprived of all rights to your children without supervised visits as an option.
Defining Domestic Violence
While crimes that fall under the umbrella of domestic violence would absolutely be considered crimes outside of the home, the relationship between the accused and the accuser is what actually constitutes the definition of domestic violence. The following relationships will determine whether or not a case is considered domestic violence:
- Family member (spouse, sibling, parent, child)
- A person with whom the accused has a child
- Relatives (such as an in-law or grandparent)
- Roommates and housemates
- A romantic partner, whether it be past or present
It’s crucial to us that our clients know if they’ve been charged correctly, and we will take every action possible to give them the fair treatment they deserve under the law
When to Seek Legal Counsel
As soon as you’ve been arrested or charged with a domestic violence crime, you need to pick up the phone and call us. Do not talk to the police about the incident in question until you’ve contacted Banks, Stubbs & McFarland's legal team.
It’s our job to go to bat for you, and we take that job very seriously. We need to know every detail of your story starting from the very beginning. Just because you’ve been charged with a crime doesn’t mean you lose your voice or your right to tell your side of the story.
If you’ve been charged with a domestic violence crime, call Banks, Stubbs & McFarland LLP today. We can answer any questions you might have and come to your aid as soon as possible.
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Dealing with family violence is a sensitive issue these days. It isn’t easy on both ends to be involved in such cases, and we know precisely what our defendants need to come through the process and heal afterward.
Our law firm is located in Suwanee Georgia, but we have served clients in and around Gwinnett County, Forsyth County, Hall County, Barrow County, Jackson County, and Dawson County. Contact our Suwanee law firm as soon as possible to learn how we advocate for your best interests.