Channe really has your back. Dealing with lawyers and child custody is hard enough, stressful beyond; but Channe and staff really stood strong for me and I got the results I wanted. She totally understood my situation after only one meeting, and was there every step of the way. She also tried to help me keep my cost down. I could not be Happier :-)
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Feel Safe Again

You Have the Right to Feel Safe Again

No matter your sex, age, occupation, or sexual orientation, divorcing an abusive spouse is one of the most difficult things that a spouse and parent can do in his/her life. It requires sacrifice and courage. It requires a willingness to navigate through a challenging divorce to better your life and that of your children.

If you’re living with domestic violence chances are it won’t end. Statistics show that abuse usually gets more frequent and more severe with time. Many spouses keep their partners feeling trapped in abusive marriages by intimidation, threats, and financial control. Although it may not be easy to leave, especially if your self esteem is low, you can do it. Keep in mind that thousands of people before you have left, survived, and become happier, healthier people as a result.

Some people will tell you to just walk away from a bad situation. Until they have experienced what you are going through, that advice is easy to give but difficult to carry out. At the Law Office of Channe G. Coles, we know what you are going through. We have lived these cases with our clients and have gone up against physically and emotionally abusive spouses and the types of lawyers that represent them. To do this successfully requires planning, preparation and a good legal team.

The most important thing to remember is that you can leave your abusive marriage and we are here to help you do it. At the Law Office of Channe G. Coles we have the legal know-how to help protect you while leaving an abusive spouse and the legal acumen to fight that spouse in court if necessary. We understand that there are many types of abuse, from the outright physically violent, to stalking and threatening, to psychological and emotional abuse, from a long-pattern of domestic violence to situational violence. Each kind and type of abuse requires a particular approach and strategy aimed at ending the abuse, protecting you against future harm, proving your case in court, and gaining the upper hand in the divorce process.

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You have the right to feel safe again and the time is now to claim that right. To speak to an attorney at the Law Office of Channe G. Coles about domestic abuse in a California divorce, please visit us online at www.ccsblaw.com or call us at (805) 617-4618 for a free confidential consultation.

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