Protection From Abuse

If you or your children have been the victim of domestic violence, or have been threatened by domestic violence, we will provide you with the legal assistance you need.

Pennsylvania Protection From Abuse Law

Under the Pennsylvania Protection from Abuse Law, a judge has the power to issue a Temporary Protection from Abuse Order until a formal hearing can be scheduled under Pennsylvania law. This hearing must be scheduled within 10 days after the Temporary Order has been issued. While awaiting the hearing, the accused may not have any contact with the protected persons listed in the Order.

As these situations can be dangerous, Media Protection From Abuse Lawyer Scott Bonebrake wants to get you immediate protection. We can work to make sure your protective orders are expedited so that you find safety and closure.

Contact Us For Highly Responsive Representation

To get protection against abuse, contact us at 610-892-7700 or fill out the form below to schedule a free consultation.

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