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Glenn J. Sneider, Attorney at Law
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Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviors that abusers use to get and keep control in their relationships. Domestic violence can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic, or psychological. Although domestic violence can happen against a parent, child, the elderly or other family member, it is most prevalent in intimate relationships, such as with a current or former spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend. Read more at: http://www.dcf.state.fl.us/programs/domesticviolence/whatisdv.shtml

Florida law classifies various criminal offenses under the general category of domestic violence, including:
  • Domestic battery and aggravated battery
  • Domestic assault and aggravated assault
  • Kidnapping and false imprisonment
  • Elderly abuse
  • Harassment, stalking and aggravated stalking
  • Restraining order and no contact order violations
  • Sexual assault, sexual battery, rape, and other sex offenses
  • Any criminal offense resulting in physical injury or death of one family or household member by another family or household member
In addition, Florida recognizes the issue of violence committed between two persons in a current or former dating relationship. To meet the state's definition of a dating relationship, the two people must have participated in a romantic, intimate, or sexual relationship. The state issues injunctions to individuals who can prove an immediate danger or injury within a dating relationship. The state may prosecute a defendant who violates an injunction.

Sneider Law has the experience necessary to effectively and efficiently resolve even the most difficult issues. Leaving an abusive marriage is a very difficult experience. If your spouse is abusive to you or your children, you may fear that he or she will retaliate if you leave. You may also be concerned about financial problems, especially if you depend on your spouse for monetary support. Trust Sneider Law to ensure your rights are protected.

To discuss Domestic Violence concerns with Sneider Law in Okeechobee, Florida,
call 863-467-6570



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