In Allegheny County, clients can either file a petition for a temporary protection from abuse (PFA) order themselves, along with the assistance of a domestic violence advocate (available at the court house), or by hiring a private attorney to assist them with filing the petition for a temporary PFA.
Here is a list of nine things that your clients may be asked to include in their petitions for temporary PFAs in Allegheny County.
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