The First Step May Be The Hardest Step — Amber Can Help You Take Back Control Of Your Life

Those who have been subject to emotional, financial, or physical abuse may feel many emotions, such as being embarrassed, frustrated, and powerless against their abusers. The road to freedom from an abusive relationship may also seem overwhelming and impossible to travel. But you don’t have to walk this journey alone.

Located in New Orleans, the law office of Amber L. Cain will take these hard steps with you, including assisting you in trying to obtain an order of protection and connecting you with other useful resources to help sort out your specific needs. Amber is well-versed in Louisiana’s domestic violence statutes and will do everything in her power to make sure your case is handled correctly. Your safety and well-being is her business.

You may set up a consultation to discuss your specific circumstances by calling 866-469-2264, so together you can begin working on your case.

The Many Forms Of Abuse

When people first hear the term domestic violence, they may think mainly of physical abuse — also known as battering — inflicted on one person in an intimate relationship by the other person. But this isn’t the only way abusers inflict pain and control over their victims. Several other forms of abuse also fall into this classification:

  • Coercion and threats
  • Economic abuse
  • Emotional abuse
  • Intimidation
  • Isolation
  • Psychological abuse
  • Sexual abuse
  • Stalking or cyber stalking
  • Using children

As a domestic violence lawyer, Amber can assist you in trying to obtain a restraining order or protective order to ensure your home, office, and vehicle are places of comfort and safety, not fear. Protections can even be put in place ordering abusers not to be in possession of firearms during the pendency of a protective order.

Once your protective order is in place, Amber can help you explore other options for important issues, such as child support, spousal support, and the possibility of obtaining an immediate divorce so that you can move forward with your life sooner.

Connecting You With Resources

Amber is passionate about protecting the rights of women and families in abusive situations. She has a history of advocacy for these victims in Louisiana. In addition to representing families in her private practice, she also serves as a Part-Time Contract Attorney representing families and victims of abuse through Southeast Louisiana Legal Services.

Having an attorney who understands the Louisiana domestic violence statutes is crucial to your success. Don’t let abusers use loopholes in the law to their own advantage. Put an advocate who understands victim’s rights on your side.

You may contact the practice by filling out this online form, or calling the office at 866-469-2264. Together you can take steps to protect your rights.