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A restraining order to prevent domestic violence or prevent many other actions can be issued against you without your knowledge and without you having the opportunity to defend yourself. Once a temporary restraining order has been issued, you can be kept out of your house and away from your children; or prevented from the use and control of certain items of the property until a hearing on the matter has been held. In some cases, false accusations are made to hurt your standing in a divorce proceeding. I can represent you at your hearing and seek to disprove any false allegations that have been made against you.
If you are the victim of domestic violence, I can assist in protecting your safety and well-being and the safety of your children by petitioning the court for temporary and permanent restraining orders.
I also help clients with the enforcement of restraining orders. If you are having trouble keeping an abusive person away from you and your family or trouble getting the restrained person to follow the court orders, I can help you to petition the court to have the person held in contempt for violation of the restraining order. The law is very clear in these matters, and you have rights with regard to your safety and the safety of your children.