Restraining/Protective Orders


Restraining/Protective Orders

Restraining or Protective Orders are frequently implemented to protect a party from physical harm from another party. In domestic relations, restraining or protective orders are implemented, among other purposes, to deny a party access to the victim’s home, prohibit an abusive party from contact with the children, remove the abusive party’s right to own a firearm, and provide the victim the ability to have the abusive party arrested upon any violation of the protective order.

We can discuss with you the appropriate measures to take to protect yourself and your children from an abusive spouse, including the filing of a restraining or protective order.

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