Priscilla Seaborg,
Attorney at Law

Ensuring The Safety Of You And Your Family

One of my important early cases in Indiana was successfully defending a battered woman accused of murder. As previously mentioned, my client’s murder charges acquittal was the first of its kind. I have gone on to defend battered women here in Oregon at a federal level as well as here at Priscilla Seaborg, Attorney at Law.

It is a sad reality that couples will sometimes move from intimacy to anger to physical violence. Domestic violence can involve current or former spouses, current or former girlfriends or boyfriends, or current or former domestic partners. Physical abuse may also involve children. The Family Abuse Prevention Act (FAPA) restraining order states that the accused abuser must leave the petitioner and their children alone. It will also require the accused to leave the home of the petitioner if they cohabitate.

I Am Your Legal Advocate

Restraining orders intersect both criminal law and family legal matters, making me an ideal legal representative during this time of need. While a lawyer is not necessary to petition for a restraining order or in cases of stalking, I can offer general assistance with the process and represent you at a hearing here in Portland. My goal as an attorney is to provide you and your family with a safe living environment throughout and after the divorce or separation process.

Defending You Against Allegations Of Abuse

While my legal background includes domestic violence issues, allegations of abuse in divorce cases may be a matter of revenge instead of reality. For example, an angry spouse may apply for a restraining order because they want it to be extremely difficult for their spouse to see the children or to punish them in some other way. I have worked both sides of this emotionally fraught issue, and have the ability to get to the heart of this complicated matter.

Contact Me If You Need Help

You can reach me via phone at 503-505-6770, or by email.