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    Protection From Abuse (PFA) in Bucks County, PA

    Ensuring safety and quality of life with a Protection from Abuse Order in Doylestown, PA

    PFA Protection from Abuse Attorneys here to help
    PFA Protection from Abuse Attorneys here to help

    Sometimes, relationships can go from good to bad, or bad to worse. Where communication is futile and the fear or oppression has become too much to handle, the victims of abuse have options to prevent future contact.

    Recent updates to Bucks County filing procedures enable a faster turnaround for the issuance of Temporary Protection from Abuse Orders that works to uphold each party's basic rights. Our office is experienced with the changes and requirements for local counties' Protection From Abuse (PFA) procedures and protocol. We can guide you through the process about what to expect, what the alleged offender can expect, and how your life will be affected going forward.

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    Especially where children are involved or are witness to ongoing abuse, this tool can provide options. There are certain criteria that must be met in order to determine whether or not a party may file a PFA against another person. Understanding the relationship between the alleged abuser and the victim is key to making that determination. A protection from abuse lawyer can explain whether or not this is a possible solution for each unique situation.

    If you are unsure if your situation warrants the filing of a PFA, call our office to schedule an appointment with an attorney, at (215) 693-6191. Or, complete the inquiry form on the left and one of our staff members will contact you shortly. Please use care when providing contact information.

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