Family Law Attorneys Offer Protection from Abuse Orders in Pennsylvania
Helping you keep yourself and your children safe when you feel at risk
Sometimes marital disputes can turn physically violent. No one should be subject to any type of domestic abuse. A Protection From Abuse Order can protect an abused spouse and possibly bar the abusive spouse from the marital home. A Petition must be filed and, if valid on its face, is usually granted on a temporary basis with a full hearing on the matter usually scheduled within seven (7) days.
It is our sincere hope that no one is put in a position that they need to seek a PFA Order, but we will help you if you are. Please contact Harold Shepley & Associates to review your situation and let us help you.
Speak with a compassionate family law attorney immediately
Do not hesitate to protect yourself and your children. Give Harold Shepley & Associates, LLC a call at 877-827-9006 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your case and your protection needs. Our team is proud to serve families throughout Somerset, Johnstown, Cambria, and the surrounding communities.
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