DOMESTIC VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDERS

California Restraining Order Attorney

Westlake Village Law Firm

Whether you are the victim of domestic violence or dealing with a restraining order against you, we can help. The Law Office of Jacqueline Y. Blade has extensive experience dealing with domestic violence restraining orders and divorce.

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Take Action to Keep Safe

Domestic violence involves physical harm as well as the verbal threat of physical harm. Many spouses are involved in an abusive relationship but do not know how to get out of the situation. A domestic violence restraining order can help protect you in such a situation. The protective order forces the perpetrator of domestic violence to stay away from you and your children or face arrest.

Help the Children

Witnessing a parent being abused can be incredibly harmful to children. If you are being victimized by your child's parent, you need to take steps that are in the best interest of the children. Divorce attorney Jacqueline Y. Blade can quickly guide you to resources that can help to keep you and your children safe. If your situation is serious, we can also obtain a restraining order on your behalf almost immediately.

Falsely Filing a Domestic Violence Restraining Order

There are occasions when people will fabricate or embellish allegations when they file a request for a restraining order simply to help them obtain a more favorable award in a disputed custody case. If this has happened to you, seek legal counsel immediately so that we can prepare a strong defense and preserve your rights to have access to your children. We do not assist clients who are seeking to file restraining orders without cause.

Mutual Restraining Orders

Sometimes during the process of a divorce it may make sense to agree to mutual restraining orders during the pendency of the divorce. This would work only in certain limited situations such as where there is no immediate danger but where the parties simply need some cooling off time. Your attorney can help you understand whether this is an option that is right for you and your family.

Contact Us for Answers and Guidance

To learn more about how our lawyer can assist you in resolving your specific legal concern, please call our law office at 805-496-2311 or contact us online.