INSIST ON DEALING WITH EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LAWYERS TO PROTECT YOUR RIGHTS
Make an appointment with one of our domestic violence attorneys as soon as possible to obtain a Protection Order. A protection order is a court order also called a domestic violence interdict, to order the abuser to desist from his or her abuse. In the order, certain conditions will be set out to prevent him/her from further abuse. If the abuser is in breach of the protection order, you can immediately contact the police and have the accuser arrested.
There are instances whereby a complainant will lay a frivolous, vexatious or unreasonable claim against the accused. There are countless reasons why a person would lay a false claim against another person. It can range from attempting to force a settlement agreement in a divorce or maintenance case, attempting to keep minor children away from the other parent, or something as simple as applying for a protection order a a form of revenge. If someone laid a false charge against you it is of vital importance to file a proper reply under oath and appoint a domestic violence attorney to represent you on the return date. If your version is not placed before court and the order is made final, you will be arrested if you contravene the terms and conditions of the order.