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I’m Facing Domestic Violence-Related Charges. Can I Still Be In Touch With My Children?


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Attorney Myles L. Berman explains whether or not an alleged offender of domestic violence will be allowed to have contact with their children will depend on whether the stay away or protective order includes the children. Even if it does not, it may be difficult to communicate with the alleged victim in order to arrange a visit with children. It is not clear cut whether an alleged offender will be able to see their children.

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Description: Whether or not an alleged offender of domestic violence will be allowed to have contact with their children will depend on whether the stay-away or protective order includes the children.

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