Tustin Domestic Violence Attorney

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Domestic Violence Lawyer in Tustin, CA

Protecting Abused Victims in Orange & LA Counties, Long Beach, Pomona, Whittier, Riverside & San Bernardino

Domestic violence is an all-too-common occurrence in many relationships. This type of behavior tears families apart and, in California, is considered a serious crime. Victims of this type of abuse need to understand their rights and how they can be protected from further harm. At the Law Office of Tracey N. Lundquist, APC, we are passionate about helping those who have suffered household abuse. This is reflected in the many years our attorney has volunteered at Laura’s House, a local nonprofit organization that provides emergency shelter, counseling, and other services for domestic violence victims in Southern California.

If you have suffered any type of family or household abuse, our firm will fight for you to ensure that you and your family are safe from harm. We can prepare a robust legal case against your abuser and help you through every step of the legal process. It is important that you take action immediately by contacting our office to speak with our attorney about your next step. 

Contact our Tustin domestic violence attorney at (714) 949-1711 or online today. 

Domestic Violence Cases in Southern California

Domestic violence is a term that covers many different types of behaviors and actions that constitute abuse against a family or household member or dating partner. Victims of domestic violence can include current and former spouses, domestic partners, dating partners, and fiancé(s). It can also include current or former intimate partners you have lived with or someone with whom you have had a child. 

In California, domestic violence can include:

  • Actual physical injury
  • Domestic battery carried out by force or violence, such as punching, hitting, slapping, shoving, and more
  • Sexual assault
  • Child abuse, neglect, or endangerment
  • Harassment whether by text, phone, email, or in person
  • Intimidation
  • Destroying your personal property
  • Stalking
  • Withholding funds
  • Damaging phone equipment or lines; preventing you from making phone calls
  • Threatening and then trespassing on your home or at your workplace to carry out the threat
  • Intentionally posting sexual photos or harmful information about you to cause emotional distress
  • Threatening you, your children, or other household members, and even pets with violence or with doing any of the above

As a victim of domestic violence, you should first focus on seeking emergency intervention in family court for a temporary restraining order. These orders will protect you from immediate harm and let you plan your case for a permanent restraining order, if necessary. 

Time is of the essence if you and your partner have children. Increased chances exist that Child Protective Services may become involved to investigate the well-being of any minor children. Obtaining a restraining order with the help of our Tustin domestic violence attorney will help to ensure your children’s safety. 

Restraining Orders

A restraining order issued by the court will order the abuser to stop the abusive actions against you, your children, or those you live with. It can prohibit the abuser from making any contact with you at home, at school, at work, or any place you frequent, and may give you temporary custody of children, order the abuser to provide financial support and/or pay any expenses or loss of income you sustained due to the abuse. 

Client Testimonials

At the Law Office of Tracey N. Lundquist, APC, we understand the difficult nature that comes along with your separation, divorce, or other family legal matters. We will listen to your needs, develop and communicate a personalized strategy in search of fair and just results, and remain alert to the related expenses of all legal proceedings. 

  • “Always realistic and with caring, professional service. It is very evident from the first meeting that Tracey truly cares for her clients.”

    - April
  • “She seems to be highly experienced and she knows the law thoroughly! I would highly recommend Tracy to anyone in need of legal representation in their divorce case.”

    - Eva
  • “Tracey alleviated a lot of stress with her knowledgeable advice, I really can't thank her enough.”

    - Emily
  • “Tracey represented me for my child custody hearings and she was outstanding.”

    - Carissa
  • “We are beyond thrilled with the outcome of the hearing and now have additional time with our son that is firm and precise down to the day and hour leaving nothing open to misinterpretation.”

    - Former Client