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Domestic Violence & Restraining Orders

Domestic Violence Lawyer in Norfolk County Protecting You

If you are seeking to exit an abusive relationship or marriage, it can be helpful to hire a Norfolk County divorce lawyer with experience in situations involving domestic violence and restraining orders. Angel Burke Law takes on difficult, disturbing, and upsetting cases and advocates for our clients in Norfolk County, including Medway, Millis, Dover, Franklin, Walpole, Bellingham, and the surrounding areas.

If you need advice about obtaining or defending against a c.209A restraining order or how domestic violence may affect your divorce, call (508) 300-9788 to set up a consultation.

How Domestic Violence Affects Divorce

There is no place for domestic violence in any relationship, especially a divorce. When spousal abuse or domestic violence is present in a marriage, the divorce proceedings can be affected in several ways.

Domestic violence in the marriage may affect:

  • Power dynamic
  • Financial contributions and decisions
  • Communication
  • Friendships and familial relationships
  • Children’s growth and mental health
  • Child custody and parenting time

Those escaping a marriage in which domestic violence is present have options and their safety is the primary concern. Call to speak to an attorney and schedule a private and confidential consultation.

Protecting You & Your Children

When a relationship involves an abusive situation, the judge may issue a protective order, known as a 209A restraining order. It is meant to prevent abuse to you and your children, if present.

If you are in a domestic violence situation, please call (508) 300-9788 to speak with a knowledgeable domestic violence lawyer in Norfolk County.

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