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Protection from Abuse Orders

Have You been Accused Of Domestic Violence?

law book and wooden malletBeing accused of domestic violence can be a shocking experience to go through. You may not be able to believe that someone could make such an accusation against you. But, if you are facing such a situation, you need to take it seriously and you need to begin taking action to protect yourself.

If you are facing a Protection from Abuse Order based on allegations of domestic abuse, you may find your life being impacted in ways you never could have imagined. You may be forced to leave your home. You may be unable to see your children. You will not be able to contact the party that requested the order in any way.

I Can Help You Fight A Protection From Abuse Order

Any violation of a Protection from Abuse Order is a criminal matter. You can find yourself facing criminal charges for violations such as contacting the other party. It is all too easy for these issues to spin out of control and cause real damage to a person’s life. You need to take it seriously and defend yourself against the allegations. I am attorney Anthony F. List Jr.. I can help you fight the Protection from Abuse Order and prevent the cycle of accusations and greater difficulties from taking a toll on you.

More Than A Decade Of Experience Helping People Defend Themselves Against Protection Form Abuse Orders

With more than a decade of experience defending people against a wide range of criminal matters, I have the skills and experience you need to protect you against the damage a Protection from Abuse Order can do. I know the difficulties these orders can create, and I am committed to helping people fight to get their side of the story out there.

Criminal Defense Attorney Serving Media And The Greater Philadelphia Area

A Protection from Abuse Order can cause a great deal of chaos in a person’s life. Let me help you defend yourself. For a free initial consultation, call 610-348-5996 or contact my office online.

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