Advocate, LLP
212-776-1926
contact Menu

Posts tagged "Domestic Violence"

How do temporary and final protective orders help with abuse?

Domestic violence and other forms of abuse are an unfortunate reality in many relationships in New York. People who are victims of abuse will often not know their alternatives to be protected from a spouse who is committing these acts. It can be difficult to finally take the necessary steps to be protected. However, there are options once the person decides to leave an abusive relationship and seek protection. Many do not know the difference between a temporary protective order and a final protective order. Understanding this is a vital part of being fully protected and getting what the abused person is entitled to.

The different types of an order for protection in New York

In New York, it is unfortunate that there is abuse and allegations of abuse in some relationships. For the alleged victim and the person who is accused of committing the abuse, it is important to understand how the law acts to provide protection and limit the contact. The aspects of an order for protection include a Family Court order, criminal court order, and a Supreme Court Order. Both parties should be aware of how they differ and act accordingly. As always, having legal assistance and advice is vital to a case.

Can my address be confidential during a custody dispute?

Domestic violence is all too common in New York and when a person who is being subjected to abuse finally decides to end the relationship, there are inevitable concerns as to what the abusive spouse will do. It is vital that people be protected from abuse and if there are allegations to that effect, it is possible to have an address be made confidential during the process. Understanding how this can be done is key.

What is a family court order for protection in New York?

In New York, it is an unfortunate truth that a dispute between people who are involved in a relationship will sometimes become violent. These situations are dangerous from the start and it is important for the victim to understand that there are protections available to stop the abuse. One beneficial strategy that will prevent the alleged abuser from continuing the treatment is to get a Family Court order for protection. When thinking about this option, it is imperative that the person understands how to move forward with it and has help from a legal professional experienced in these matters.

How do domestic abuse claims impact custody and visitation?

In New York, just about every relationship that is coming to an end will have family issues that make the situation difficult. In extreme cases, people will be subjected to domestic violence and abuse. When there is a divorce and there are children involved, domestic violence can impact how custody and visitation is handled. With safety concerns, the law will address a custody dispute to protect the alleged victims. Understanding how this is factored in is critical to a case for both parties.

Upstate New York Mayor faces domestic abuse allegations

In New York City and across the State, domestic incidents are common. It is unfortunate that people who are involved in a relationship will get into a dispute that turns physical, but it happens quite often. These incidents can happen to anyone. When a person is confronted with domestic abuse, they might not be aware that there are legal methods to deal with the situation. Having legal assistance from a law firm that is experienced in helping those with a domestic violence complaint can be useful to end the abuse.

Understanding the different types of protective orders

No relationship is perfect, but no relationship should involve abuse. When a spouse is dealing with an incident or a cycle of domestic abuse, it is important to understand there are potential legal protections. It is possible to use protective orders to address the added harm caused by a high conflict divorce or a child custody battle. Ending a violent or abusive relationship can be a traumatic experience. However, there are tools available to spouses who are seeking added protection while they deal with the legal issues associated with the end of their relationship or marriage.

Helping you protect yourself in domestic violence matters

Ending a marriage is a troubling life event on its own for couples in New York and elsewhere; however, ending a marriage because of abuse can be traumatic and impact a person for the rest of his or her life. This is a highly sensitive and delicate matter, as oftentimes it is not just a spouse that needs protection. When high conflict and domestic abuse enter a marriage or household, the victim spouse and the children involved can suffer greatly.

What is an order of protection?

We all need to feel safe. Unfortunately, some individuals in New York and elsewhere are harmed or feel threatened by a partner in a romantic relationship. Domestic abuse is a serious safety issue, and when a partner or spouse feels that his or her safety is at risk, it is important to take steps to ensure that safety is regained and one no longer has to fear harm or threats of harm. Filing for a protection order may be in the best interests of a person harmed by domestic abuse.

Domestic abuse laws in New York

While no relationship is perfect, there are some things that should not exist between a couple, one of which is violence. Domestic violence can look very different between on couple to the next; however, the underlying issue is that there is abuse towards a person. This abuse could be physical, emotional, mental, sexual and even financial. Those fallen victim to domestic violence in New York can take steps to protect themselves and their situation.

Email Us For a Response

Get Experienced Guidance Today

Bold labels are required.

Contact Information
disclaimer.

The use of the Internet or this form for communication with the firm or any individual member of the firm does not establish an attorney-client relationship. Confidential or time-sensitive information should not be sent through this form.

close

Privacy Policy

Advocate, LLP
1540 Broadway, Suite 3710
New York, NY 10036

Phone: 212-776-1926
Map & Directions