05. Domestic Violence & Child Abuse
Domestic Violence and Child Abuse
Whether you are facing accusations of domestic violence or are in an abusive relationship, your rights deserve protection. The issuance of Temporary and Final Restraining Orders have real and substantial consequences to both parties involved. While civil in nature, a finding of Domestic Violence can impact your ability to see your children, where you live, your ability to own or possess a firearm, and what type of employment you can hold.
If you're in an abusive relationship, a Temporary and Final Restraining Order can provide you with protection from future abuse, protect your children and other loved ones from your abuser and grant you possession of your place of residence to the exclusion of your abuser.
As many unwanted behaviors can be found to be Domestic Violence, it's important that you understand your rights in this area of the law. Failure to do so could have long-lasting consequences. If you are facing issues of Domestic Violence, a conversation with our team can provide you with insight and clarity into the problems before you, and guide you through this difficult journey.
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