Seeking The Protection You Need
In addition to seeking restraining orders against physical and emotional abuse for our clients and their children, we also pursue many restraining orders to protect against the dissipation of assets or where other irreparable may exist. In many divorce proceedings, one spouse will be given control of certain marital property, such as a bank account for the purpose of paying the family’s bills. If the spouse starts spending money on things beyond the scope of his or her authority, a temporary restraining order can be issued to freeze the account or reassign control to another party.
When you hire our firm, we will thoroughly review your case in order to ensure that we have a complete understanding of the situation and work with you to prepare the affidavits and forms required to request the order. We will be there to represent you in court and present the strongest possible case to support your position.
Restraining orders may not sound appealing, but sometimes they are an essential tool for family law matters. We have written articles about the process that might give you more information:
- Wife denied protective order with a divorce filing
- Restraining orders, protective orders, and injunctive relief
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