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Family Offenses Lawyers in New York

Stay Away Orders & Refrain From Orders

If you believe that you are in danger of physical or emotional harm, or if you are in an intimate relationship with a person who is emotionally or physically abusive, you should speak with an experienced New York lawyer to advise you of your rights. Contact us online or call 845-243-0295 today to set up a FREE initial consultation. We help clients in New City, Rockland County, Orange County, and Westchester County.

Family offense petitions are governed by the New York law known as the Family Court Act. This law provides that an Order of Protection can be sought by members of the same family, and by parties who have a common child, in the New York State Family Court. There are two types of protective orders: Refrain From orders and Stay Away orders.

Refrain From Orders & Stay Away Orders of Protection

A Refrain From Order of Protection will protect from certain offending and dangerous behavior that puts the party at risk of emotional and physical harm. A Stay Away Order of protections protects the party who obtains the Order from any contact by the party who is ordered to Stay Away.

Contact Us Today to Protect Your Rights

If you believe you are in danger or in threat of domestic violence, contact the Law Offices of Stacy Sabatini, Esq. to discuss your legal rights. Ms. Sabatini has helped many people in your situation since 1995. If you need an experienced and dedicated lawyer on your side, contact us online or call today at 845-243-0295 to set up a FREE initial consultation. We accept all major credit cards, including Visa, American Express, MasterCard, and Discover.

By Stacy Sabatini



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