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Gwinnett County Domestic Violence Lawyers

Protecting Domestic Violence Victims in Georgia

While domestic violence transcends borders of gender, women are usually the victims of this violent act. LGBT couples also face domestic violence issues. Based in Monroe, Crawford and Boyle, LLC, can help you protect yourself from these dangerous situations. 

If you believe you may be a victim of abuse, it is advisable to carefully monitor the abuser’s behavior. This will not only prove beneficial for you but also for your family in the long run. Adding to this, there are severe penalties from the court of law in the event of a conviction.

Have you been a victim of domestic abuse? Call Crawford and Boyle, LLC, today at (678) 726-5400 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our domestic violence attorneys in Gwinnett County.

What is Considered Domestic Violence?

Any act of oppression such as felony, battery, simple assault, unlawful restraint, or a criminal trespass between two people who have enjoyed or enjoy an intimate relationship falls under the umbrella of domestic violence victims can also be those who share a household with the abuser.

The word domestic violence is a broad term that encompasses:

Temporary Protective Orders

It is not uncommon for parties contemplating a divorce or separation to seek a protective order from the court. A Temporary Protective Order (TPO) can be issued upon the application of one party who can allege an act of family violence, battery, or stalking.

These orders can be granted the same day they are applied for and ensure the offending party is immediately ejected from the home. TPOs can also make provisions for child support and child custody. A protective order can have a serious effect on the financial resources of the ejected party. 

Contact Our Domestic Violence Attorneys Today

If you need the protection of the court or have been served with a Temporary Protective Order, you need legal counsel. Once issued, the order can be good for one year or up to three years. If you are considering seeking a TPO or have been served with one, contact Crawford and Boyle, LLC, right away to represent you. Our DV attorneys are dedicated to helping domestic violence survivors seek protection for themselves and their families. 

Survivors of domestic violence face numerous challenges, both emotionally and legally. Our DV lawyers for survivors of domestic violence understand the sensitive nature of these cases and are here to offer compassionate guidance and support every step of the way. We listen to your concerns, explain your legal options, and empower you to make informed decisions about your case.

Contact Crawford and Boyle, LLC, today to get started with our Gwinnett County domestic violence lawyers. Our firm collects a nominal fee for divorce and child custody consultations.

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