Domestic Violence 101
Find the Resources You Need to Move Forward
Whether you have been the victim of domestic violence, or your divorce involves allegations of domestic violence, you must take steps to keep yourself – and your family members – safe. Divorces involving violence or abuse are extremely difficult but having the right resources can help. Having the right representation after any domestic violence incident can also help you get the protection you need.
For help navigating the aftermath of domestic violence or facing allegations of abuse in Texas, contact the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC. Our compassionate family lawyers are here to help you and your loved ones move forward via personalized and focused legal representation.
We understand how the Texas Family Code defines Family Violence, and we know how to handle these matters inside and outside of court. If you have experienced a family violence crime, you may call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) for crisis intervention, safety planning, and support 24/7.
Once your safety is assured, our resource center, “Domestic Violence 101,” can help you familiarize yourself with the legal process. Explore the links below to learn more.
If you have case-specific questions or concerns, please call our team at (281) 810-9760 or contact us online to discuss your situation during a free consultation.
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Read our blog to learn the most important facts about Family Violence in Texas, including common crimes and penalties and how domestic violence might affect your family law case.
Learn how to find safe spaces and support for you and your children during periods of domestic violence with our blog.
This blog and our other resource, “Divorcing from an Abusive Spouse in Texas: What You Need to Know,” cover how domestic violence plays into divorce cases and what to do if you are living with an abusive partner.
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A protective order, restraining order, or order of protection in Houston is a civil court order that is issued if the judge determines that family violence or dating violence has occurred and is likely to occur in the future.
A protective order and a restraining order are both similar in that they are orders that must be signed and approved by the Court.
Once you have applied for a protective order, the next step would be the setting of a hearing date. .
When it comes to family law cases, there is no more sad, infuriating, or dangerous circumstance than that of domestic violence.
Our office has had to deal with cases where one party suspects their spouse, rightly or wrongly, of having an affair.
When considering the potential safety risks that could result in your child being removed from your home domestic violence ranks very high on the list
When considering the potential safety risks that could result in your child being removed from your home domestic violence ranks very high on the list..
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