Child Custody and Allegations of Sexual Abuse
Allegations of sexual abuse can have a severe impact on your parental rights in Utah. At Brown Law LLC in Salt Lake City, our family law attorneys have experience dealing with this highly emotional and escalated legal matter.
How To Protect Your Child
If you believe your child has been sexually abused by the other parent, what should you do? It is important to gather as much evidence as possible to help you obtain a child protective order or temporary restraining order.
The first thing you should do is have your child examined by both a medical professional and psychological professional. Our lawyers will help you gather other evidence in your case, which can include obtaining background and history on the other parent as well as interview witnesses and other professionals to establish your case.
We will help you every step of the way. This is a stressful and emotional time in your life. Let us handle your legal case so you can focus on your child. We will build your case, explain your options and how we can help.
Child Custody Impacts By False Allegations
If you have been accused of sexual abuse, it is important to start working with a lawyer right away. Your parental rights can be terminated in addition to facing criminal charges after an accusation.
We have experience handling both sides of these cases. We will get to know you, review the allegations and determine if you have an alibi. We will work with qualified experts to conduct a psycho-sexual evaluation and other necessary evaluations to prove you did not harm your child. We will also obtain documents to prove you do not have a criminal history or background of committing sexual abuse.
Protect yourself and your children by working with a law firm that cares about your future. Call us at 801-685-9999 or at 800-656-3260, or contact us online to schedule a divorce consultation.
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