We Protect Men In An Unfair Legal System

Protecting Men From Domestic Violence Charges

Domestic violence accusations pose a serious threat to a man’s rights, future and freedom. Even if the claim is untrue, just an accusation can be enough to damage the relationship between a man and his family and friends. If you are facing domestic violence charges, protect yourself by getting an experienced and aggressive attorney to defend you.

Here at the Isaak Law Firm we have more than 10 years of experience helping men in Alabama secure the best possible outcomes in their domestic violence accusation cases. These charges can jeopardize your chances of keeping or earning custody in a divorce and impact the rest of your life in many different ways, so we explore all possible options for defending you.

Standing Up Against A Broken System

People often think of the law as a way to protect women and children, but it only seems to protect the status quo for everyone but men. During domestic violence cases, it is imperative for men to keep emotions out of the equation. We know that emotion loses cases for men, but for women, it becomes a winning edge.

We take the time to sit down with our clients and understand all the vital details in their legal situations to keep the court from making biased decisions based on irrelevant information. Crocodile tears and hysterics should not be able to cause a husband and father to lose everything in his life.

A Team Who Is Committed To Men’s Rights

We want to do everything in our power to help men through the challenges of family law and domestic violence situations, which is why we own a house known as “Dads’ House,” which our clients can use to provide a safe place for their children to spend time with them.

If you are ready to meet with an attorney you can count on to fight for your best interests, contact us today by calling 334-770-4MEN or emailing us here. The sooner you reach out to us, the better, so schedule your initial consultation at our Enterprise, Montgomery or Birmingham office today.