Secure Strong Representation from False Abuse Attorneys
At Rombro & Associates in Manhattan Beach, we take allegations of domestic abuse very seriously. At the same time, we are aware that unscrupulous parties will sometimes make false allegations in an attempt to gain the upper hand in divorce and child custody disputes. We meet such allegations with aggressive legal action, protecting our clients' rights and reputations.
Why Are False Allegations Made?
In a heated child custody dispute, a desperate or spiteful parent may conjure up false allegations of child abuse to gain sole custody of the child or to limit or deny the other parent's visitation rights.
These types of tactics often go hand in hand with parental alienation, the destructive practice of one parent attempting to poison the relationship the other parent has with the child.
Unfortunately, vulnerable young children are too easily coerced into aiding in these tactics. All too often, innocent children become true victims because they lose precious time with the accused parent while being coerced to participate in a lie.
If you face false allegations of abuse, it is important to consult with experienced family lawyer as soon as possible. Our false abuse attorneys are experienced in these matters and know how to expose the truth that lies beneath these false claims. We call upon experts in child abuse, forensic interviews, child psychology and other fields who help us expose false allegations and protect the parental rights of our clients.
Contact Our California Law Offices
If you have been falsely accused of child abuse, our false abuse attorneys can provide you with the strong family law representation you need. Contact us online or by telephone at (310) 545-1900 for a consultation regarding your legal situation.
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