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Family Violence Charges Can Cast A Long Shadow 

Allegations of abuse of an intimate partner or spouse, even if untrue, can cast a cloud over your reputation for a long time. Sometimes, sparring spouses use the abuse card to manipulate the court into giving them custody over the children.

We understand how heated arguments will sometimes result in caring neighbors calling the cops with good intentions. When law enforcement shows up, allegations quickly roll into charges for suspicion of violence. Charges, without experienced legal advocacy, can turn into convictions and background records.

At the law firm of Lloyd & Associates, PLLC, our attorneys have seen the full spectrum of both sides of family violence situations in our more than two decades of serving clients throughout the north Texas region. Talk to us soon for legal help.

Protective Orders Are Useful And Often Necessary

Our lawyers understand that when you file for divorce, your spouse may have an explosive reaction. You must do everything in your power to protect yourself and your children from further violence. Years of verbal and physical abuse is frequently difficult to separate from and filing a protective order may be necessary to take the next steps to create a healthy and safe environment. We can help you with that.

There Are Two Sides To Every Story. Let Us Tell Your Side.

Domestic violence should never be tolerated. Causing or threatening bodily injury, financial restrictions or psychological abuse can be hard to get away from, but when you contact us at the law firm of Lloyd & Associates, PLLC, we will help you create a safety plan in confidence so you do not have to fear for your life. On the other hand, if your spouse is using the system unfairly against you, we also encourage you to call us. We will defend your honor and fiercely champion your rights. Call our office at 940-748-1456 or send us an online inquiry to make arrangements to discuss your circumstances.

For help in situations involving domestic violence, you may also call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233.