A cohabitant is someone whom a person lives with, and they share a special, intimate bond without being married to one another. This is a common type of living situation today, and it is only becoming more popular. You may even be involved in a living situation like this right now or at least have in the past.
While there may be a close relationship between the two individuals, it doesn’t mean that things can’t go wrong. Disagreements may happen, and full-blown arguments may erupt. Sometimes, cohabitants can grow to hate one another. One of the two may develop foul intentions after the fallout of the relationship and begin trying to make the other person look bad through verbal rumors, blasts on social media, or even legal prosecutions for things they haven’t actually done. One of those false accusations may involve violence or assault, which is our topic this week.
Have You Been Accused of Cohabitant Abuse? It’s Never too Early or too Late to Get an Attorney.
Abuse upon a cohabitant is never okay but neither is accusing someone of cohabitant abuse. It’s pathetic to think that someone can stoop as low as to play the victim of something they’ve never experienced.
If you’re the one being accused, you know how much this hurts and generally how messy of a situation it can quickly become once the word get around. Family may instantly turn against you without hearing your side of the story, good friends may lash out at you, and your employer and/or coworkers may even question you.
The good news is, you’re never too early or too late in getting a criminal defense attorney to help you out with your case. With a criminal defense attorney, they can help better your chances of being found innocent in court, just as you deserve.
Attorney Lisa Mattern Can Help You Fight Your Accusation.
If you live in East Los Angeles, CA, Attorney Lisa Mattern can assist you as you seek legal justice. Ms. Mattern can help calm your storm by delivering strong evidence to support your innocence and solid facts to take the other party’s accusations down. After all, it takes strength both in the defense and offense departments to make a good impression in the courtroom.
All you have to do to get started with Ms. Mattern is call her up for a consultation to see if you might be a good fit as a client for her. Contact her today at 310-807-1263.