Domestic violence cases often involve very personal matters that can be hard to share with others. Whether you are facing domestic violence charges or making the accusations of domestic violence, you need to ensure that you have representation that puts your needs at the heart of the matter.
We know that you probably don't really want to have keep on discussing the issues that are present in your relationship. While can't promise you that everything will be resolved swiftly and without any issues, we can try to minimize the difficulties that you have to experience. It doesn't matter which side of the case you are on, we are here to help you.
If you are leaving an abusive home, you should make sure that you have somewhere safe to go. From there, you can take legal action to help you remain protected. An order of protection, for example, lets your abuser know that he or she can't come around you. It also gives you the legal backing to have him or her arrested if he or she comes around you and violates the order. You don't have to have legal representation to get the order of protection; however, it can be especially helpful when it is time for the final hearing.
If you are the one who has an order of protection placed against you, it is important that you understand the terms. Violating the terms of the order can mean you end up in jail. We know that this is a trying time for you, but there isn't any sense in adding more issues to the ones that you are going through.