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How Will a Domestic Violence Conviction Affect Me?

If you are accused of domestic violence, then you may be facing some serious charges. At the very minimum, you can usually expect to receive some jail time. Your reputation is also usually tarnished among your family and peers. It may even be difficult to land a job. Domestic abusers are notorious for assaulting their ...
by Thomas Feiter - January 03rd, 2019

Tips for Dealing with a Stalker

If you believe you have a stalker, you may feel that you can wave it off. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case. Stalkers are not always the most stable of people and have difficulty understanding rejection. They can also become enraged by refusal, and this may put you in perpetual danger. If you believe that you ...
by Thomas Feiter - December 27th, 2018

Top 10 Signs You are Being Stalked

While it may seem no big deal to run into the same person now and then, you may be a victim of stalking depending on the frequency and the location of those run-ins. According to the Department of Justice, one in twelve women will experience being stalked by someone. Typically, 75 percent of women know ...
by Thomas Feiter - December 20th, 2018

Custody Rights and Domestic Abuse in the State of Florida

When it comes to domestic abuse, you may not be aware that you are a victim. You may think that all couples fight and that it’s normal. While disagreement is undoubtedly common, actual domestic abuse is another level. Emotional abuse is an aspect of domestic violence that can be just as damaging as physical abuse. ...
by Thomas Feiter - December 06th, 2018

Tips That Will Ensure Your Restraining Order Gets Approved

How Do I Get a Restraining Order? Unfortunately, there may be situations where it is necessary for a person to request a restraining order. Although it might seem like a no-brainer, it might be difficult to get a judge to approve such a request, even if the person has a legitimate cause for concern. Getting ...
by Thomas Feiter - November 29th, 2018

Can an Injunction be Vacated, Dismissed, or Modified Once it’s in Place?

What is a Court Injunction? Something that people who seek injunctions often wonder is whether that injunction can be modified, vacated, dismissed, or dissolved after it is in place. It is possible to do that, but the only way is through the court. In many instances, a person might obtain an attorney to make changes to ...
by Thomas Feiter - November 15th, 2018

How an Injunction Can Hurt Your Future

A person can get an injunction against another for many reasons. If the individual feels threatened, sometimes a mandate might be their best option for their safety. However, in a situation where they exaggerate a simple argument that should have simply been shrugged off, the other person has to deal with harsh consequences. There are ...
by Thomas Feiter - November 01st, 2018

13 Reasons People File Petitions for Injunctions

When there’s a history of domestic, sexual, or other type of violence, it’s necessary to use legal measures to stay safe. When one individual threatens the well-being of another, the victim may seek protection through an injunction. To get an injunction in Florida, a person must file a petition with their county’s Clerk of Court. ...
by Thomas Feiter - October 25th, 2018

Civil Injunctions That Protect Abuse Victims in Florida

An injunction, also commonly referred to as a restraining order, is a method of keeping people safe. Usually, it is a document granted by the court when there is a history of violence between two people. If a person feels threatened, or that their life is at stake, they may file an injunction that would ...
by Thomas Feiter - October 18th, 2018

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