No relationship is perfect. Whether it is between spouses, partners, parent and child or even siblings, disagreements and disputes are natural occurrences in these types of relationships. Unfortunately, some of these arguments get heated. This can result in physical altercation or act of domestic violence. And in cases where these acts occurred between a married couple in New Jersey and elsewhere, the victim of this type of abuse has the ability and right to take action to hold the other spouse accountable.
Divorces can be messy, and when there are allegations of domestic violence, the entire process can get even more complex and emotional. This is especially true when children are involved. At the Law Office of Robert Ricci, Jr., our attorneys are sensitive to this situation, and our goal is to ensure our clients in Union County are well informed of their rights and understand what options they have.
It is difficult to not be intimidated by an abusive spouse; however, our law firm is available to help individuals take protective measures to ensure they are safe as they proceed with a divorce. Because these matters can get complex, our attorneys take the time to explain what our clients can do to protect themselves, their children and ensure they obtain a favorable outcome when it comes to the divorce resolution.
To learn more, check out our law firm’s domestic violence website. Navigating the divorce process while also taking action against domestic violence can be complex, confusing and emotional. Thus, it is important to have guidance to help you understand how to can manage all aspects of this difficult time, helping you resolve the matter as best as possible while ensuring your rights and interests are protected.