Domestic Violence

 

At the Law Office of Christina L. Holly we represent victims of domestic violence and those who have been wrongly accused of domestic violence.

 

Victims of Domestic Violence

Family law representation in a domestic violence case requires an attorney to be compassionate while paying attention to detail. After filing a Petition for an Injunction Against Domestic Violence, you will have one initial opportunity to prove your case in front of a judge. Attorney Holly ensures that all details surrounding the domestic violence incidents are provided to the court so that the family law judge has all of the information he or she may need to make a determination in your domestic violence case.

 

Those Wrongly Accused of Domestic Violence

Do you have the feeling that your former significant other or spouse has filed a Petition for Injunction Against Domestic Violence to attempt to gain an advantage over you in a divorce, custody, or paternity action? If so, then you may have been wrongly accused of domestic violence. The outcome of your domestic violence case will likely affect your family law case and should be handled with care. Attorney Holly provides advice to clients on the pros and cons of filing a counter-petition. She also represents family law clients in court who have been wrongly accused of domestic violence to attempt to shed light on the situation in the eyes of the family law judge.

 

Contact the Law Office of Christina L. Holly today for a free consultation with Attorney Holly on issues relating to domestic violence.

 

 

 

The Law Office of Christina L. Holly serves clients in the following areas: Lee County, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Lehigh Acres, Cape Coral, Sanibel, Collier County, Naples, Charlotte County, Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Hendry County, Desoto County, Arcadia

 

 

2077 First Street, Suite 204

Fort Myers, Florida 33901

Tel. (239) 362-3700 | Fax (239) 362-3633

 

 

The information contained on this website is not, nor is it in intended to be, legal advice.  You should consult an attorney for advice that is specific to your individual situation.