What should I look for in hiring a Pennsylvania Protection from Abuse (PFA) attorney? VIDEO

In hiring a Pennsylvania Protection From Abuse attorney, you should look for someone with experience in PFA cases, a track record of success, and as importantly, a commitment to the cause. PFA cases can affect people in tremendous ways, both as a plaintiff and a defendant. A person who's seeking a PFA, of course, would need protection, a defendant, if they're accused or falsely accused, can have a tremendous impact on their life, their livelihood, and other factors of their life. Custody can be affected. A person's right to firearms, a person's employment.

An attorney who is both aggressive when needed, and diplomatic when needed, because PFA cases as often as it is a matter of challenging or attacking an adverse party in court, PFA court cases often involve negotiations. It's part Family Law, it's part at times criminal offense because PFA cases can result in criminal charges either from the allegations themselves and also, for when people are accused of violating phase.

You need an attorney who's experienced both in criminal defense and family law. You need to have an attorney who's been down the road, too many times it counts so that when they're handling your case, they know exactly what to do, they understand what's at stake due to your unique circumstances. Again, they're committed to getting you the best possible outcome.

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