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Domestic violence and neglect attorneys focus on the family laws revolving around physical abuse, assault and injury, emotional abuse, threats of violence, stalking, or unlawful imprisonment between parents and children, cohabitants, other family members, or intimate partners.
Domestic violence and neglect attorneys have a vast knowledge of the charges associated with domestic violence whether they fall in the misdemeanors or federal offense category.
They may represent those accused with the crime or the victims.
Domestic violence and neglect attorneys listed here are recognized by their peers for their professional achievements.
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