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Bucher Law Group, LLC

Waukesha County Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers

Mukwonago Domestic Violence Defense Lawyers

Attorneys Defending Clients Against Domestic Violence Accusations in Delafield, Oconomowoc, Pewaukee, and Lake Country Areas

Domestic violence is an issue that continues to plague thousands of families across Wisconsin and millions around the country each year. This type of abusive behavior can devastate families and lead to long-term problems between family members. At Bucher Law Group, LLC, we are familiar with how domestic violence and allegations of such abuse can destroy lives, and we are prepared to offer the aggressive, responsible representation you need.

Understanding Domestic Violence in Milwaukee County

According to Wisconsin law, domestic abuse refers to situations in which a person intentionally inflicts physical pain, injury, or illness on or impairs the physical condition of a spouse, former spouse, co-parent or another adult the person shares or has shared a home with. This includes girlfriends and boyfriends if you have lived together or share a child in common. Actions that constitute sexual assault are also considered domestic abuse based on the victim's relationship to the person in question.

Wisconsin laws are extremely strict regarding domestic abuse and require law enforcement officers to make an arrest if they are called out for a domestic violence report and they have reasonable grounds to believe that domestic abuse is being or has been committed. In most such cases, the police will only arrest the person they believe to the "predominant aggressor," which can be very difficult to determine in the moment. As result, it is not uncommon for the police to arrest the wrong person as a result of the ensuing confusion. If you have been arrested for domestic abuse, it is important to seek legal help immediately. Do not give a statement. Call the Bucher Law Group, LLC.

Domestic abuse arrests can lead to wide range of criminal charges including disorderly conduct, battery, criminal damage to property, and sexual assault offenses. Such allegations can also have a serious impact on a person's parental rights, especially during a divorce or child custody proceedings. It also can have a significant effect on your ability to own possess a firearm. At the Bucher Law Group, LLC, we understand the severity of domestic violence charges, and we are equipped to help you.

Helping Domestic Violence Victims in Southeast Wisconsin

The skilled attorneys at our law firm have helped hundreds of individuals seek protection from domestic violence for themselves and their children. In many cases, a temporary restraining order (TRO) may be appropriate to limit the contact between a victim and his or her abuser. A TRO is often used for emergency protection while an injunction can be granted after a full hearing and last for up to four years or even 10 years.

At Bucher Law Group, LLC, we are prepared to assist you as you look to protect yourself and your children. We will help you secure a TRO and an injunction as appropriate, keeping your abuser at a safe distance. Subjects of domestic violence injunctions are also prohibited from possessing a firearm. Our attorneys will help ensure that your injunction is enforced to the fullest extent possible under the law.

Contact a Skilled and Experienced Attorney

Whether you have been the victim of domestic violence or have been accused of perpetrating such behavior, you need a lawyer who will advocate fiercely on your behalf. Contact our office to learn more or to schedule a free consultation. Call 262-303-4916 today. From offices in Delafield, Wisconsin, we are proud to serve clients in Waukesha, Oconomowoc, Menomonee Falls, Jefferson County, Milwaukee County, Waukesha County, Ozaukee County, Dodge County, Walworth County, and the rest of Southwest Wisconsin.

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