Violence Restraining Orders

Domestic Violence Restraining Order

Domestic Violence Restraining Orders, also known as protective orders, no-contact orders, and stay away orders, are to prevent violence, harassment, stalking, and other forms of abuse. The courts grant a Domestic Violence Restraining Order if the courts determine a person must not contact another person or persons. If someone close to has inflicted injury, threatened, stalked, harassed, or annoyed you, one of these legal orders might get granted to restrict contact. If you are suffering from physical or sexual abuse, threats, stalking, or harassment,  it is imperative that you contact the Life Family Law. The consequences of a Domestic Violence Restraining Order is vital to the safety and well being of your family. 
Additionally, if you find yourself facing a domestic violence restraining order, call us now to clear your name. California domestic violence law is extremely strict. The consequences of a restraining order might include an increase in child support payments resulting in loss of your drivers license and passport, loss of child custody and visitation rights, and a negative mark on your record. Life Family Law’s knowledge and experience is a winning combination. Please contact us to help you and your family.