Los Angeles Domestic Violence Resources
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Domestic Violence Solutions That Respond To Your Individual Needs With Legal & Emotional Intelligence
Escaping from domestic abuse is one of the most traumatic things a person can endure. The right support team is critical.
With both fierce advocacy and a calming spirit, we guide clients through some of the most difficult and sensitive times in their lives. We do this with first-class litigation and negotiation skills along with emotional intelligence that many other attorneys lack.
When we go to court to request a domestic violence restraining order, we know what's at stake. We unleash a proactive strategy and prepare to win.
Our goal is to protect you, your family, and your personal finances with sensitivity and compassion.
During our initial consultation, we'll ask a series of questions and listen to your unique story to evaluate your case and begin creating a custom strategy to suit your individual needs.
Hiring a Domestic Violence Lawyer
in Los Angeles
The Law Office of Emily E. Rubenstein has extensive experience litigating and settling domestic violence matters:
Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
Domestic Violence and Divorce
Domestic Violence and Child Custody
Temporary Restraining Orders
Coercion and Control
Alcohol and Drug Testing
False Allegations of Abuse
The Law Office of Emily E. Rubenstein practices family law exclusively:
Marital property, characterization, valuation, and division
Child custody, visitation, child support
High-Conflict Child Custody
Modification of Custody Orders
Modification of Support Orders
Request a Confidential Consultation with a Domestic Violence Attorney
As family law attorneys, we provide representation in domestic violence matters, divorces, child custody matters, and more.
A confidential consultation appointment can be made by calling (310)750-0827 or using the form on this page.
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Retirement and Pension
Child Relocation ("Move-Away")