Child Abuse Attorneys in Nassau County
A Family Law Firm Advocating for the Rights of Children throughout New York
Child abuse is a very serious matter. If you suspect that your child has been the victim of any kind of abuse, it is crucial that you speak to one of our Nassau County child abuse lawyers immediately.
When you hire the Law Office of Tzvi Y. Hagler, P.C., our experienced legal team can get to work investigating your case and finding evidence to substantiate your child abuse claim. Our priority is you and your child’s protection. Let us help you ensure you and your children are kept safe during this distressing time.
Call us at (516) 514-3868 right away to speak with our compassionate attorneys about your legal matter.
Child Abuse Comes in Many Forms
In New York, child abuse refers to the act, or failure to act, by any parent or caretaker that causes severe harm or even death to a child.
There are several types of child abuse, including:
- Physical abuse: injury inflicted on a child in a variety of ways, such as punching, kicking, burning, beating, or shaking
- Sexual assault: when a child is forced or persuaded to take part in sexual activities
- Emotional abuse: also known as psychological abuse or verbal abuse, it refers to when a child is made to feel unloved, worthless, alone, or scared through an adult’s words or actions
- Neglect: refers to the ongoing failure of an adult to meet a child’s basic needs, such as adequate food, clothing, shelter, or medical care
If you are worried that your child is experiencing any of these forms of abuse, our firm can help you take legal action to remove the child from a harmful situation, file for an Order of Protection, and file charges against the abuser.
Keep Your Child Safe from Abuse
When child abuse is present, a quick response is necessary. The Law Office of Tzvi Y. Hagler, P.C. stands ready to take immediate action to ensure the safety of your child.
To learn more about your legal options, contact our Nassau County child abuse attorneys at (516) 514-3868.