Domestic Violence Attorney

If you are a victim of domestic violence, ensuring that you, your children, and your livelihood are protected is of the upmost importance. At Stabile & Moshtael, we represent both male and female victims of domestic violence to ensure that the cycle of abuse is broken and they can resume their lives in a healthy, safe environment. Whether this is achieved through a restraining order, a granting of sole legal and physical custody of any children involved, or other means, our experience and sensitive legal team can guide you through the steps required to achieve legal resolution.
Unfortunately, not all domestic violence claims are truthful and are brought to gain advantage in other arears of a divorce such as child custody disputes. When such serious but false accusations are levied against you, we will put the accuser to the task of proving such allegations and help ensure that an unfair advantage is not achieved.

Restraining Order Attorney

There might be a variety of reasons you might choose to seek a restraining order. Whether you’re a survivor of domestic violence, a victim of stalking or harassment, or protecting an elder or dependent adult from caregiver abuse, Stabile & Moshtael can provide you with fast, reliable representation in obtaining your restraining order. We’ll walk you through the different types, as well as the eligibility requirements, and help you throughout the process of getting the court order. In cases of emergency, we can assist you with how to attain an emergency protective order for immediate protection.

Paternity Actions Attorney

Disputing and Establishing Parentage, Paternity.
Paternity actions are actions where you establish parentage, for example a man filing a complaint and asking the court to establish that he is the father because the mother is denying access to the children. Another example is a mother wanting to establish that someone is the father of her child. A paternity action is an action not only to determine who the child’s parents are, but they also have the components of child support, child custody, child visitations, and attorney’s fees tied to them. The only difference between someone in a Dissolution or Legal Separation with a child versus someone who is not in a Dissolution or Legal Separation but is in a paternity action and has a kid, is the fact that in one scenario they got married and in another they did not. The fact that they got or they did not get married does not impact their rights as a parent to determine custody and child support.