Defending Against a Restraining Order
Restraining orders are a specialized area of the law that few attorneys are very familiar with. Our firm, on the other hand, is very experienced at winning restraining order cases. We handle more restraining order cases than any other firm in the state, of which we are aware. This is an area of the law where we really thrive. If it is critical that you come out on the winning side of your restraining order, then be sure to call us.
Other types of restraining orders are called Civil Harrasment restraining orders. This type of restraining order typically originates from a non-family or non-domestic dispute. There need not even be any violence alleged to substantiate a Civil Harrassment restraining order. Threats can be sufficient to trigger a civil restraining order.
What you should know is that our excellent attorneys win a high percentage of restraining order cases. This is important because the stakes can be so high. Most restraining orders are CLETS (California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System) Restraining Orders. What this means is that a restraining order being placed on you can result in a major blemish on your record that will come up in background checks and can cause one to lose his/her job or security clearance. Therefore, it is critical that you do not ignore a restraining order that has been filed against you. The stakes are too high. You must fight back.Defend Your Record Now
Filing A Restraining Order
If you are the victim of domestic violence or abuse, a restraining order may be necessary for your safety. A restraining order is a court order that helps protect people from abuse, either physical or mental. To qualify for a restraining order, a person, one that has had a close relationship with you, had to abuse you in some way, such as hit, kick, follow, harass, etc. A restraining order can help you in many ways. The restrained person can be ordered to stay away from you, your children, and any other household residents, disarm the restrained, pay child support, move out of the house, and other restrictions. A judge can create a restraining order by the next day, sometimes even sooner, at no cost to you. While it is not mandatory, hiring an attorney is recommended, especially if you have children. Contact us so our attorneys can help you file your restraining order as soon as possible.Stop The Abuse Now