St. Louis County Domestic Violence Lawyer
Legal Action for Victims of Family Abuse
Coulter Lambson is here to protect the rights of victims of domestic violence. We can help establish court orders on behalf of those who may be stalked, abused, harassed, or have their safety threatened. Our legal team is comprised of compassionate and talented family lawyers who understand the full breadth of the laws. We can help put an end to the violence once and for all.
PETITIONING FOR AN ORDER OF PROTECTION
Our St. Louis County family law attorneys prioritize our clients’ needs above all else. When someone is living with domestic violence, they need protection from the harm that is being done. Domestic violence does not only mean physical abuse, but it could also extend to emotional and verbal abuse.
Domestic violence may encompass the following:
- Child abuse
- Child endangerment
- Injury to a spouse, roommate, or another person living in the home
- Psychological or emotional damage
Even those who are living in the same home as the abuser, and are not related, can be a victim of domestic violence. We can assist you with filing for a temporary or even a permanent restraining order to prevent that abuser from continuing the cycle.
WE WORK IN YOUR BEST INTERESTS
Coulter Lambson helps average, everyday families who wish to protect their families and their lives now and into the future. We are sensitive to everyone’s individual needs because most family law matters invest so much into our emotions and are often highly contentious matters.
A case that involves domestic violence or abuse in the home should never go unnoticed. Let our St. Louis County family law attorneys find a resolution to the matter. Contact us today if you would like to schedule a free, one hour consultation with a licensed attorney.
We have helped thousands of families. Contact our firm today!
- Alimony Maintenance Spousal Support
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Domestic Violence
- Enforcement of Orders
- Family Law Appeals
- Father’s Rights
- Grandparent Rights
- Juvenile Law
- Marital Agreements
- Modifications of Orders
- Parental Relocation
- Property Division