Domestic Violence

An argument between spouses that gets out of control can end in domestic violence charges. If you have been arrested or charged with domestic violence, you should speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. There are many consequences to a conviction that you may not be aware of yet.

At the Law Office of Erik P. Kaeding, we represent people charged with misdemeanor and felony domestic violence, harassment and other violent crimes in Washington. Attorney Kaeding has more than 15 years of experience defending clients against charges such as domestic violence. Learn more today by calling us at 253-850-8430.

Domestic Abuse And Restraining Orders

Domestic violence is not just something that happens between spouses. It can occur between people who share a home, who share children or who are dating. It can also happen between former spouses and couples.

In most domestic violence cases, a no contact order is issued. These orders can have strict regulations that significantly affect your life. If you share a home with the other person involved in the dispute, you will be ordered to leave the home while the order is in effect. If you have children, you may be required to give up temporary custody and to pay child support.

It is a mistake to violate a no contact order. You can be taken to jail and held until a hearing about the order takes place.

Let's Talk About Your Rights In This Situation

Call us in the Kent area at 253-850-8430 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.