When you need an order of protection to help you with a domestic violence situation, turn to the experienced attorneys at the Cantor Law Group. Our lawyers have over 70 years of combined legal experience . Contact us immediately for your free, confidential consultation. We can discuss the facts of your case, cover the options you have available and determine what assistance we can provide for you. This may involve filing orders of protection that will include no-contact orders.
What is an Order of Protection?
Orders of protection, also known as restraining orders, are designed to prohibit one party from affecting another individual’s security or safety. Some of these cases might include parties that are married or have blood relations. If a situation arises from domestic violence, spousal abuse or child abuse, we can help with several types of protection. An order of protection may include the following rules:
- No-contact orders.
- Contact only through an approved type of communication.
- No contact at an individual’s work, school or home.
- Surrender of firearms or any other weapons.
- A court-ordered domestic violence program that has been completed.
False Accusations of Domestic Violence
It can be very stressful if you have been falsely accused of domestic violence, abuse, or harassment. If you believe the protection order put against you was brought upon by false accusations, we are experienced in handling these types of cases and will work to preserve your rights by providing nonjudgmental legal services that are designed to protect you.
How to Modify an Order of Protection
It is possible to modify or cancel an order of protection. We have experience in representing individuals who wish to have a protection order terminated or have portions of an unfair order modified in some way, due to overstated or false accusations listed in the original order. We provide a 24 hour a day, 7 days a week immediate response to emergency calls and a free initial consultation.
If you are currently experiencing violence and your life is in danger, please call the proper authorities. If you have done that, then the next step is to obtain an order of protection. If you are ready to speak with a family law attorney about your situation, please give is a call at (602) 691-6385 or send us an email using our confidential email form. We’re ready and able to help you!