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Family Law And Criminal Law Often Crossover

On Behalf of The Foley Law Firm | May 21, 2015

Many people hear the term "family law" and think about nothing more than divorce, child custody, spousal maintenance and child support issues. They never consider that these problems can crossover into more dangerous territory, such as many aspects of criminal law.

For example, an accusation of domestic violence can soon lead to a restraining order. From there, a divorce is not out of the question. Furthermore, a person may not want to share custody of a child with somebody who has abused him or her in the past.

The same holds true with arguments regarding property division. A conversation could become so heated that one party strikes another, leading to a fight that results in a criminal complaint.

It is important to understand that family law and criminal law often times go together hand in hand. If you find yourself dealing with a family law matter, such as divorce, you should do your best to avoid it escalating to something more serious.

Your primary focus during a family law event should be your well being, as well as that of any children involved.

If you find yourself going through divorce or dealing with issues regarding child support or custody, keep in mind that this could take a turn for the worse at some point. If that happens, it is essential to know your rights, regardless of what side of the fence you sit on (victim or the accused).

For more information on family law, criminal law, and how the two crossover, visit our website. This will help you better understand your situation.

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