My Ex-wife Wrongfully Accused Me Of Abuse; Do 
I Have Any Hope In Court?

“You have to feel confident.
If you don’t, then you’re going to be hesitant and defensive,
and there’ll be a lot of things working against you.”
-Clint Eastwood

Help Your Defense – Don’t Get Defensive

“Go ahead. Make my day.” The same lips that uttered those words on the big screen gives sage advise of an entirely different sort – when you get defensive, “there will be a lot of things working against you.”  This is true of those who have been wrongfully accused of abuse. If you are going to have any hope in court, contact your attorney immediately and keep Clint Eastwood’s advice in mind when dealing with the accusations.

When police show up to your home to follow up on reports of domestic abuse, the worst thing you can do is to go on the defensive. Anything and everything you say can be misconstrued and used against you in court. It is understandable that you are angry and confused and trying to deal with a number of emotions, but make up your mind from a position of strength that should the police pay you a visit you are going to keep calm.

A Strong Counterattack Is Key

After the initial accusation hits many men lapse into self-pity.  We want our clients to know this is a normal reaction to such devastating charges, restraining orders, and seeming hopelessness of the case. When you have retained the counsel of an experienced and well-prepared defense attorney such as Stanley E. Robinson, Jr., a strong counterattack will be an important strategy to employ.

Before the first hearing ever takes place, a prompt, all-encompassing and meticulous counterattack can be set in motion.  Not only will this counterattack weaken your ex-spouse’s claims, but also it will allow us to take control of the litigation.  The best defense is one that keeps your case from quickly getting out of hand.

Leverage The Aggressive Representation Of Stanley E. Robison, Jr.

When allegations of abuse are being used deceptively as grounds for modification of visitation or child custody, you need to act aggressively. Leverage the counsel of an experienced paternity to expose the truth with a thorough investigation and truculent pursuit of the facts needed to clear your name.

At the New Albany law office of Stanley E. Robison, Jr., our Indiana defense attorney is poised to defend the rights of fathers against wrongful allegations of abuse. Let us work on your behalf to make sure even the most minor accusation does not quickly amplify into an unmanageable problem. If you are being wrongfully accused of domestic abuse, contact us today for immediate advice.

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