Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is known by many names:

  • Spouse abuse
  • Partner abuse
  • Battering
  • Domestic abuse

Domestic violence occurs when an individual uses force to inflict physical injury or the threat of force, with a person they have or had a relationship with. Domestic violence can occur between spouses, partners, parents and children, grandparents and children and between siblings. Domestic abuse is color blind and does not discriminate based on age or gender – victims can be any race, age or gender. In Washington State, people do not have to be related to be involved in domestic abuse crimes.

If You are Accused of Domestic Violence

If you have been accused of domestic violence or actually charged with a domestic violence crime, the allegation is serious. The experienced domestic violence attorneys at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help you defend yourself from these serious charges.

If You are a Victim of Domestic Abuse

If you or a child you know is a victim of domestic violence the lawyers at Eagle Law Offices, P.S. can help. Our experienced attorneys can help you get domestic violence protection orders and advise you throughout the process.

If you are in danger, seek help from a domestic violence shelter or call the police.

Domestic violence is a serious problem in our society. Being a victim is terrifying, but not something to be ashamed of. Contact us for help by calling 206.426.6961.

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