Domestic Violence

Dealing With Domestic Violence In Divorce

Florida is a no-fault divorce state but a domestic violence issue in a relationship can affect whether there is an award of alimony or property. It can also affect issues such as child custody and who will stay in the marital home. For the accused, a conviction can lead to a criminal record.


Being a former prosecutor, Chris E. Ragano has over 20 years’ experience dealing with domestic violence and spousal abuse. We represent victims of domestic violence and spousal abuse, doing everything in our power to secure our clients’ safety. We also defend wrongfully accused abusers, and assist them in seeking professional help and counseling when necessary. As a result of having handled hundreds of domestic violence and abuse cases, we get right to the issue in a case where men who are falsely accused of domestic assault by a spouse who wishes to obtain the upper hand in a divorce or a child custody action. Call 813-295-7854 to schedule a consultation.

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Let us help you gain more information about how to deal with domestic violence and domestic abuse from either side of the matter, call 813-295-7854 or complete our contact form to talk to a lawyer at our firm.