“What You Need To Know About Domestic Violence Court”
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Domestic violence issues can arise in or outside of marriage when the parties have a relationship recognized by Florida’s domestic violence statute.
Most people think of domestic violence as physical violence, but domestic violence can manifest in a number of ways, such as emotional/psychological abuse.
If you are the victim of domestic violence there are resources available to protect you and your family.
If you have been accused of domestic violence, a permanent injunction entered against you can have serious, long-term consequences.
A domestic violence hearing is a hearing which may or may not address issues related to children if the parties are married, or are not married but have children in common from that relationship.
Request this Whitepaper to Find out:
- How to protect yourself if you are a victim by applying for a temporary injunction order
- How to protect yourself if you are an accused and are served with a temporary injunction
- How the domestic violence court works
- How to get legal help to represent you
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