Stamford Assault And Domestic Violence Attorney
Any assault or battery case, including domestic violence charges, must be taken seriously. Whether it began with what seemed like a harmless argument with your spouse or a heated debate with a friend, if the police were called or charges were filed, you could lose access to your home and your children. Depending on the seriousness of the charges, you can even go to jail. Even a breach of peace charge can have serious repercussions that can affect you for the rest of your life.
It is essential to the outcome of your case that you retain an experienced lawyer as soon as possible. Even if your husband, wife or friend decides not to press charges, you could still be at risk of being prosecuted or placed under a court-mandated protective order or restraining order.
Retain A Thorough Fairfield County Domestic Violence Attorney
I am attorney Robert Skovgaard, and I have more than 40 years of experience defending the rights of individuals who have been accused of assault or battery. If you are facing a divorce and you have been accused of domestic violence, you could lose custody rights. I am prepared to carefully investigate the circumstances surrounding your charge in an effort to help you obtain the best outcome possible.
I educate my clients on how the law works and how I can best approach their unique situations. By providing this information, I am giving them the ability to make decisions that support their best interests. I understand that you are likely stressed and overwhelmed, and I am prepared to serve as your advocate as I offer vigorous legal representation.
Contact The Law Office Of Robert A. Skovgaard For A Free Initial Consultation
Conveniently located near the courthouse and police department, my office is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, and I offer evening and weekend appointments. To speak with a Stamford assault and battery defense attorney, email or call my firm at 203-883-4506 or toll-free at .