Helping Domestic Violence Survivors Find Solutions

It can be extremely difficult to give up on a relationship. For victims of domestic violence, it can be even more challenging to walk away from a dangerous or volatile situation. You may have given up hope that the physical assaults, verbal abuse or controlling behavior will ever stop. You might feel trapped and like you can never start over. You may think that the authorities and the court won't take your concerns seriously.

You do have someone on your side. At Alongi Law Firm, PLLC, he has devoted a large portion of his practice to helping domestic violence survivors in Arizona. He understands the complex emotional and financial problems presented by these cases and will work tirelessly to ensure that the court takes your position seriously. He will advocate for your family's safety and have plenty of experience helping clients acquire and preserve orders of protection.

Take the first step now. Call us at 480-751-1610 or send us a private email to set up a free 30-minute phone consultation.

Taking Control Over Your Situation

Many domestic violence victims come to our firm having lost hope. They feel that no one will believe them and that they have no choice but to make a decision that leaves them in a terrible position. He wants you to know that there are always options available to you, and we will help you decide what is best for you.

He helps with several issues related to domestic violence cases, including:

  • Filing for protective orders to help prevent future abuse
  • Helping domestic violence survivors with legal decisions and parenting time determinations or modifications
  • Working with survivors who seek assistance with relocation
  • Make clients aware of resources available in the community, including contact information for shelters and other services

He will meet with you to do a thorough screening of the domestic violence in your case. Whether it was physical battery, verbal abuse or controlling behavior, he wants to be sure he understands exactly what happened so he can help you ask the court for orders that will protect you and your loved ones.

You need to know that this is not your fault. You are important. He believes in you and will work hard to help you move past this. He will be there for you when you need us. He will be with you for every court appearance, and we will be your advocate in the courtroom. He will help you protect your future.

You Do Have Someone Looking Out For You

He wants to make sure that the abuse stops and that you and your family are safe. To learn more about how our lawyers can help you with your case, please call our Phoenix office at 480-751-1610 or send us an email. We offer free and confidential 30-minute phone consultations so you may explore your options.