If you’re in an emergency situation, please dial 911. Keep yourself safe.
If you are a victim of domestic violence, there are legal ways to protect yourself, your children, your property, and your pets. Leaving your partner can be the most dangerous time in a domestically violent relationship, so it is imperative that you seek advice from experienced attorneys who can advise about the legal tools and implications of your situation, and help you craft a safety plan. We at Carroll Law Group, PLLC will help you understand the process and find the safest solution for you, while also collaborating and connecting you to local domestic violence resources.
The ways in which domestic violence can impact your divorce or custody proceedings can be complex. If you are currently in danger, please be aware that the following resources are always available to domestic violence victims, often regardless of gender, income, or whether or not you have children: