Every protection from abuse order (PFA) has two sides: someone asking for no contact and another person being ordered not to contact. Both sides can benefit from legal representation.
Violation of this no contact requirement can result in criminal charges which need to be handled separately from the PFA order.
Attorneys Alex Egner and Jonathan Chieppor spent years handling PFA order violations while working in the Lancaster County District Attorney’s Office. They understand that PFAs can further complicate a range of items including custody and divorce filings.
Alex Egner and Jonathan Chieppor have spent years working in the District Attorney’s office, as prosecutors they learned the inside of the court system. Both Attorneys have extensive courtroom experience and are prepared to defend your rights and advocate for you before the Lancaster County Court system.
Custody disputes can be difficult processes and it’s important you have someone with you who knows the process and isn’t afraid to fight for you or your children. Let us talk you through your options at a free consultation. There may be rules or processes that you are unfamiliar with.
Divorce can be a difficult emotional process, Don’t go it alone. Come in for a free consultation and let Attorneys Jonathan Chieppor and Alex Egner walk you through your options. Let us defend your rights and ensure you have your chance at a fair resolution.