Why should I hire a Pennsylvania Protection from Abuse (PFA) attorney? VIDEO

If you're asking yourself why you should hire a Pennsylvania Protection From Abuse attorney, you may be concerned about the path forward and the outcome. The question you have to ask yourself is, "Is something at stake?" If something is at stake, then you need to have an attorney.

In a PFA case, very much is at stake for both a defendant and a plaintiff. A defendant would be defending against false allegations. It can affect them in tremendous ways, both from a personal standpoint, their employment, their custody, many rights could be affected even where they live. With respect to a plaintiff, a plaintiff is obviously seeking Protection From Abuse from the perpetrator, the defendant.

A person, obviously, they can be in harm's way. It could be a matter of life or death. Very much is at stake on both sides of the PFA case. Having an experienced PFA attorney in your corner will help you best understand and navigate the PFA process to be able to help you take the best steps forward, and do what's needed to get the outcome that you're seeking.

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