Domestic Violence Lawyers in Wilmington, NC Obtain Protection for Victims and Justice for the Accused
Domestic violence strikes families across North Carolina, and there are a number of civil and criminal remedies to help victims remove themselves from these situations and move forward with their lives beyond abuse. At Hager Divorce & Family Law, we leverage our considerable experience and resources to fully and skillfully represent clients in these matters. Our team is thoroughly knowledgeable in domestic violence laws and also highly involved with family and advocacy organizations related to domestic violence across the state. We work hard to be sure you are protected and capably represented, whether you are a victim or someone who has been wrongfully accused of domestic violence.
Free yourself from threatening situations
You are entitled to legal protection from many forms of abuse in the state of North Carolina. A domestic violence protective order can help keep you safe from your abuser. Our firm has represented victims of domestic violence in New Hanover and Pender Counties for nearly three decades. We help you determine your eligibility for a protective order and guide you through the process, while also considering the financial, physical, and emotional needs of you and your children.
You need a domestic violence lawyer who keeps you protected
Through our extensive network of professional relationships and volunteer contacts, we can put you in touch with organizations that advocate for victim’s rights and provide shelter and counseling. When you work with us, you get compassion, experience, and diligence from everyone on our team.
Hager Divorce & Family Law is a highly reputable domestic violence law firm in North Carolina. Call us to protect yourself from domestic violence. Our office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call us now at (910) 726-3607 or contact us online. We represent the needs of clients throughout southeastern North Carolina. If you are in a truly life-threatening situation and need emergency assistance, please call 911 or contact your local police immediately.