Protection From Abuse (PFA)
A Protection From Abuse or PFA action involves stopping a person from having contact with another. Occasionally in divorce and in relationships, these types of protections are necessary. A PFA order may cover a single individual or multiple individuals. A PFA order may also protect children. There are a wide number of remedies that a court may have for a person who receives a PFA.
Once a PFA is entered, there are serious repercussions that may occur if someone violates the order. Violating a PFA may result in a fine, or in some situations, jail.
At Zamborsky & Zamborsky, we look at all aspects of a Protection from Abuse Order for each individual’s unique situation.