Experienced Legal Counsel For Either Side Of A Restraining Order Issue
There may be no situation more hurtful and conflicting than being the victim of domestic abuse at the hands of someone you love. While you always want to maintain the hope that the source of the anger will pass and the violence will end, you must face the reality that living with an abusive person puts you and your children in constant danger.
As much as you might be want to weather the storm and try to work things out, it is important that you take the necessary action to ensure your safety and the safety of your children. In many cases, seeking a temporary restraining order can provide the protection you need and send the message to your spouse or partner that you are serious about putting an end to his or her abusive behavior.
We Will Help to Protect You Against Domestic Violence in Canton and Marietta
Assisting You Through A Difficult Time
At The Law Offices of Abbott & Abbott P.C., we can help you petition the court for an ex parte restraining order. Ex parte means that you can get a restraining order without a hearing or a response from your abuser. The order can remain in effect until a hearing is held where the alleged abuser can answer the allegations and the court can decide if the order should become permanent.
We also represent those who have been served with restraining orders. We will work with you to understand the nature of the alleged incident and build the most compelling possible argument to support your position. Our attorneys do everything in their power to minimize the impact of the restraining order.
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For a consultation with our Canton and Marietta order of protection lawyers, contact us today. We accept all major credit cards.
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