Help from a Domestic Violence Attorney

Domestic violence is a heartbreaking reality throughout our country that tears families apart. In Florida, there are laws that protect you and your children from acts of domestic violence and we are experienced in helping you get that protection from the court. The court can enter an order which forbids further acts of domestic violence by your spouse or domestic partner. Also, the court can keep your spouse or domestic partner away from your home, work and places you frequent. Further, the court can deal with the issues of timesharing with minor children and provide support for the family.

If you have been accused of domestic violence we can help. An Injunction for Protection Against Domestic Violence can have a grave affect on your life, job and your Constitutional Rights. Further, an Injunction can remove you from your home, restrict you in seeing your children and affect your job. A charge of domestic violence is serious and should not be taken lightly. We are experienced at defending charges of domestic violence.

Talk with us concerning Domestic Violence. At the Law Office of James T. Keenan we understand your individual situation and needs. We are experienced and promise to handle your family law case professionally and aggressively. We get results. Call (904) 359-9060 to discuss your situation or fill out our contact form to request an office visit at your convenience.

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