Nashua Domestic Violence Restraining Order Attorney

Serving Hillsborough County, New Hampshire

No one should live in fear. Both the alleged victim and the alleged abuser have a lot at stake, too much to go it alone without an attorney.

Courts take domestic violence allegations very seriously. How will the court deal with the allegations in your case? How with that outcome affect your future?

For the abused, the result might be a matter of life and death. For the accused, the result may affect your liberty rights and your reputation.

Nashua, NH Domestic Violence and Stalking Attorney

To seek a domestic violence restraining order, the controversy must be between either "family or household members" or a current or former sexual or "intimate partner." A "family or household member" means either of two categories of individuals:

  • (a) Spouses, ex-spouses, persons cohabiting with each other, and persons who cohabited with each other but who no longer share the same residence.

  • (b) Parents and other persons related by consanguinity or affinity, other than minor children who reside with the defendant.

An "intimate partner" means persons currently or formerly involved in a romantic relationship, whether or not such relationship was ever sexually consummated.

There are more particular requirements, which Attorney Driscoll can discuss with you during a private consultation. If your situation does not involve one of these types of relationships, you may seek relief by way of a stalking restraining order. I provide legal representation for individuals faced with seeking or defending a domestic violence restraining order or a stalking restraining order.

Attorney Driscoll explains the law in plain-English. He can prepare you for what lies ahead. In a fog of chaos, I can work with you to develop your goals and provide you with choices and direction. Call (603) 589-4040 for a private consultation. His handicapped accessible office is conveniently located at 20 Trafalgar Square in Nashua, NH. My office is quickly accessible from Amherst Street (Route 101A) as well as Exits 7W and 8 off the Everett Turnpike.