Domestic Violence

Separation can be the most dangerous point in a violent relationship. When you are making plans to leave, it is crucial to talk to an attorney who is knowledgeable about domestic violence and can help you make a safe plan for separation. The attorneys of Anderson, York and Stratton have a collective 31 years of experience working in the area of domestic violence, so they understand how to use legal tools appropriately to make the separation period as safe as possible. We can also connect you to free local domestic violence services and will collaborate with your advocate as much or as little as you prefer. 

 

 
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Domestic Violence Community Resources:

Domestic Abuse Women's Network (DAWN) (Serving South King County)
425-656-4305
425-656-7867 (24-hour crisis hotline)

Lifewire (formerly Eastside Domestic Violence Program) (Serving North and East King County)
425-562-8840
425-746-1940 (24-hour crisis hotline)

New Beginnings (Serving Seattle and Shoreline)
206-522-9472 (24-hour crisis hotline)

The Northwest Network (LGBT Domestic Violence Outreach)
206-568-7777

Protection Order Advocacy Program (serving King County)

Legal Voice (free legal information for survivors of domestic & sexual violence)

YWCA Domestic Violence Program 

WSCADV (Washington State Coalition Against Domestic Violence) (listing of domestic violence services throughout Washington State)