Fort Wayne Domestic Violence Lawyer

Accusations of domestic violence are taken extremely seriously in Indiana. When police officers respond to a domestic violence call, they will arrest one or both parties if there is any sign of injury. In addition, prosecutors will pursue domestic violence cases even if the alleged victim does not want to proceed with the case.

In situations like these, it is critical that you have a reliable Fort Wayne domestic violence attorney representing you from the start. At the law office of Matthew S. Williams, Attorney at Law, Mr. Williams understands what is at stake in these cases. In addition to the criminal penalties you may be facing, you could also be kept away from your home and family. People who are convicted of domestic violence also lose their right to possess or own a firearm.

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Attorney Williams has extensive experience defending clients in a broad range of domestic abuse cases. He works closely with alleged abusers to fully understand the events leading up to the arrest. He builds the strongest possible defense and works to minimize the impact of any no-contact orders that may have been issued against you. He works diligently to uncover false allegations and does everything possible to see that you are not held accountable for a crime you did not commit.

Representing Victims Of Domestic Violence

Mr. Williams' extensive family law practice has also given him a great deal of experience representing the alleged victims in these cases. If you or your child has been abused by your spouse, former spouse, the parent of your child or another person with whom you have or had an intimate relationship, Mr. Williams can help you obtain a protective order.

Discuss Your Case With An Allen County Protective Order Attorney

Contact the law office of Matthew S. Williams, Attorney at Law, to discuss your domestic violence case with a lawyer. You can reach the office by phone at 260-918-0443, toll free at 800-558-0314 or via e-mail. His office is conveniently located two blocks from the Allen County Courthouse. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free on-site parking is available.