Emotional abuse refers to a specific type of abuse in which one person subjects another to behavior that results in a form of psychological trauma. Victims of emotional abuse often experience  symptoms of anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, or chronic depression. There are many different types of emotional abuse, but they most often occur in situations where there is an imbalance of power, such as in an abusive relationship, a workplace relationship between a boss and an employee, or any type of bullying.

Our McCann Investigators handle a variety of cases involving allegations of emotional abuse, representing both the accused and accusers. In today’s world, emotional abuse often extends beyond face-to-face interactions and into the digital realm. Our team analyzes mobile devices, computers, and more to find evidence of emotional abuse to use in your favor in court.



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