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Domestic violence and protecting your rights

While the holidays are considered a joyful time and a time of togetherness, this is not the case for all families and individuals in Georgia and elsewhere. For some, spending time with family members sparks negative thoughts and emotions. This in turn could evolve into an argument.

While families fight from time to time, it is not common for these disputes to turn physical. Thus, when heated disagreements turn into a domestic dispute, it is important to understand what can be done.

Although no one enjoys fighting, these disagreements serve the purpose of getting a point across. However, when they turn physical, serious injuries could result. Even more so, a domestic dispute could result in family members no longer to have access to one another. This unfortunately could mean losing a relationship with a loved one.

At the Law Firm of The Law Firm of Christopher T. Adams, P.C., our skilled legal team is experienced at dealing with domestic violence matters. These situations can be complex, and oftentimes, these matters and highly sensitive. Our law firm is aware of this, and we work through our client’s cases with care and attention.

Whether you are a victim of domestic dispute or accused of causing such a matter, we are experienced at handling these cases form both side. Thus, we always know what the other side is looking for and what legal steps they might be taking. We use this knowledge to help our clients obtain a protective order, work through litigation or even initiate a criminal defense.

To learn more, check out our law firm’s domestic violence webpage. It is never easy to deal with these matters that could strain or severe a relationship with a family member, significant other or a loved one; however, these are often steps that need to be taken in order to ensure you rights and best interests are protected.

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