Domestic violence is an extremely sensitive issue during divorce and family law matters. Like any allegation of violent crime, we need to take claims of domestic violence seriously.
While representing Prince William County clients, our family law lawyers at Van Hooser, Aguirre & Armistead, P.C., have often had to represent parties on both sides of domestic violence matters. We help victims of domestic violence find the resources they need. Our lawyers will also represent individuals who may have been accused of domestic violence and need both criminal and civil representation.
There are many factors that go into putting a protective order (PTO) in place. The courts want to make certain that a PTO is necessary, as it’s dependent on the individual circumstance. It’s also necessary to determine whether the PTO is enforceable.
With a background of both family law and criminal defense representation, attorney David D. Armistead understands all aspects of PTOs. He understands the process in Virginia courts in putting a PTO in place. As an advocate dedicated to his clients, he will handle every aspect of such matters for you.
Placing The Needs Of Our Clients First
Our lawyers at Van Hooser, Aguirre & Armistead, P.C., work together as a team and make certain they represent your every legal need. This is especially important in an area like family law where the issues discussed involve every aspect of your life. We understand that mistakes and misunderstandings arise. No two cases are alike, and every one of our clients deserves independent, thoughtful representation.
Whether you are a victim of domestic violence or accused of committing domestic violence, you will need the most skilled of legal representation. Please contact our law firm at 703-291-4390 should such a situation arise.