Controversial Civil Protection Orders Article May Upset Some Family Members

Thomas Family Law Group releases a controversial article titled "Civil Protection Orders", which may cause upset amongst Family Members Facing a Restraining Order. More information and the article itself can be found at https://thomaslawgroup.law.blog/2020/01/16/civil-protection-orders/

Denver, United States - February 14, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Thomas Family Law Group has released a potentially controversial article “Civil Protection Orders”, bringing some cause for concern, as the article may upset both immediate and extended family members who feel the wrath of other family members… mostly as an accused, and sometimes even as an accuser.

This article is approximately 450 words in length. and examines the merits of filing for a Civil Protection Orders. The article aims to provide guidance as to what needs to be done prior to seeking a civil protection order and what evidence is needed in order to have such an order granted. Our readers typically are family members who feel trapped and/or threatened, directly or indirectly, in an abusive relationship. Causing potential controversy is the fact that emotions can run extremely high for all. As such a certain element of the article may spark discontent among those family members facing or filing a restraining order.

Below is a portion of the piece, which neatly exemplifies the controversial element:

The evidence required to support a protection order is a consideration to be evaluated carefully and thoughtfully because once the abuser is served with the temporary protection order, it is very likely that they will fight the issuance of a permanent protection order.

Thomas Family Law Group never sets out to intentionally upset anybody. The aim of our articles is first and foremost to save family members from potential harm at the hands of another family member. It is critical, however, that we stay impartial, while at the same time being compassionate overall, in dealing with a family being torn apart form the inside out.

Although our “Civil Protection Orders” article might unsettle immediate and extended family members, especially those who feel the wrath of another family member, our duty is to our readers. We believe it is more important for us to prevent further abuse then to deal with the aftermath of any such abuse. We are not aiming to please both sides in a an abusive relationship… which after all, would prove notoriously difficult to do.

Although there has been no backlash, the possibility exists as the article might be upsetting to either side in such strained relationship. The article is by design a proponent of the accuser, potentially leading to the accused being ostracized by the rest of the family. Having said that, when a family member feels he/she has been wrongly accused Thomas Family Law Group takes on the same level of compassion and commitment in defending said accused.

Prior to founding Thomas Family Law Group in 2016, Sergei Thomas spent his early years in the court room practicing criminal law. Eventually Sergei found a greater sense of purpose in addressing juvenile crime, which often had roots in the family system, and in doing so he gained invaluable insight into the role of social services in the related dependency. This sense of purpose ultimately led Sergei to found the Thomas Family Law Group in 2016.

Thomas Family Law Group has stated their aim is to save marriages where there is a chance at all to do so and the parties are so inclined; but beyond that the firm’s focus is to assist in the most amicable dissolution possible.

Thomas Family Law Group’s complete article can be found at https://thomaslawgroup.law.blog/2020/01/16/civil-protection-orders/

Contact Info:
Name: Sergei Thomas
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Organization: Thomas Law Group, PC
Address: 1407 Larimer Street Suite 206, Denver, Colorado 80202, United States
Phone: +1-303-293-1941
Website: https://thomasfamilylawcounsel.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88945974

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