On The Wrong End Of A PFA Petition?
Protection from Abuse (PFA) litigation has characteristics of both civil (family) practice and criminal practice. Many attorneys practicing solely family law shy away; likewise, many attorneys exclusive to criminal defense do the same. Mark F. Bayley has extensive experience in family law litigation as well as criminal defense; this makes him right at home in PFA litigation.
PFA petitions are being used in many cases as deceitful tools in custody and divorce litigation. A PFA order can place a party at a disadvantage in custody and divorce cases. A PFA order can instantly make a party homeless and prevent them from having contact with children. A PFA order will also place a party on the doorstep to jail and hinder their right to possess firearms.
If you find yourself on the wrong end of a PFA petition you should contact an experienced attorney at once.
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