i was served a pfa and a few hours later she tried contacting me 2 times i never answered the calls
Yes you should not speak to her and get legal counsel who can communicate with her
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Do not answer her calls and absolutely do not see her. Best of luck.
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You made the right move. She will not get in trouble you will. Get a lawyer.
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Do not accept calls from her or attempt to communicate with her in any way or you will be in violation of the PFA. She, as a Plaintiff, cannot be in violation of the PFA, but such information may be useful to your defense at the PFA hearing. You should seek legal counsel to review the facts and circumstances surrounding her PFA allegation and have an experienced attorney represent you at the PFA hearing.
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