According to news reports, Georgia resident, Adina Parson, has recently filed for divorce stating that her marriage was irretrievably broken based on the grounds of "cruel treatment". This came after her husband of almost four years, Michael Parson, allegedly shot her eight times outside the couple's Sandy Springs apartment. Following the shooting, which happened back in April 2012, Mr. Parson reportedly fled the state, only to be later found in Texas.
After he was located, he was then extradited back to Georgia. Due to the fact that Georgia has very strict laws to help protect the victims of domestic violence, Ms. Parson also filed a petition with the court asking that they grant her a temporary restraining order, in case Mr. Parson was to be released from jail, as Ms. Parson fears he will continue to try and cause her irrevocable harm.
The attorneys at Henrickson & Sereebutra are truly committed to seeing that the rights of their clients are fully protected, regardless of whether their client is the victim of some form of domestic violence, or their client has been accused of domestic violence. This is due to the fact that the attorneys at the firm understand how frightening it is to be the victim of domestic violence or to be accused of committing domestic violence on another.
In both cases not only is your freedom at stake but your future as well. That is why, in either instance, the attorneys at the firm will work diligently to see that you receive the support, compassion, guidance and aggressive representation you need in order to protect your interests and rights. Domestic violence is an extremely serious offense. If you have been accused of domestic violence, or you have become the victim of domestic violence, you owe it to yourself to contact the firm and speak with a skilled Paulding County divorce attorney right away.