Domestic Violence (“EPOS”& “DVOS”)

Domestic violence can take many forms, including physical injury, sexual abuse, assault or the infliction of fear of imminent physical injury, sexual abuse, or assault.

If you are a victim of domestic violence, you can file a petition with the Court to gain protection from your abuser.  This petition may be filed on your behalf and, if necessary, it may also be filed on behalf of your minor children.  The Court will then hold a hearing to determine whether a Domestic Violence Order should be entered.  Our attorneys are all experienced in the area of domestic violence and we have helped countless victims gain protection.  Let us help you, too.

If you have been accused of domestic violence, failing to be properly represented can have devastating effects.  Having a Domestic Violence Order entered against you can have disastrous consequences, including being removed from your home, being restrained from going to certain places and from being around particular people, even your own children, losing your right to own firearms and being branded as an “abuser” or “domestic violence offender.”  Our attorneys are experienced representing those accused of domestic violence. Our attorneys can help protect your rights.