Will I get to see my kids if I am convicted of domestic violence
That depends. You may still get to see your children if you’re convicted of domestic violence. Family law cases are very much dependent of the facts of each case so either there’ll be an agreement for you to see your children after such a conviction or the court will consider the conviction and will decide whether or not there’s going to be timesharing and if so, what kind of qualifications would be put on that timesharing. It’s really important to have a lawyer in your corner when you’re going through a situation where you’ve been accused of domestic violence and you have children.