Restraining Orders Attorney, Hernando County, Florida
A restraining order is rendered by a court after finding that family violence has occurred. A restraining order prohibits contact or communication with the victim or the victims’ family. When you suffer abuse or you have been accused of domestic violence, it is important to consult with an experienced domestic violence attorney who can protect your rights. At Morris Law Group in Brooksville Florida, we represent victims of abuse seeking a restraining order as well as alleged abusers seeking to defend against domestic violence allegations.
A domestic violence charge may result in a restraining order that prevents the alleged abuser from contacting or communicating with the victim or their family. To protect your rights in a domestic abuse case or defend yourself against an allegation, please contact Morris Law Group.
- Obtaining a restraining order: Attorney Robert A. Morris Jr. is experienced in helping the victims of abuse seek and obtain a restraining orders to ensure their own safety and the safety of their children. If you are a victim of abuse, you can take immediate action to protect your rights. Morris Law Group will assist you in filing the necessary documentation and paperwork to quickly secure a restraining order. We are experienced in temporary and permanent restraining order in domestic violence and domestic abuse cases.
- Defending an allegation of abuse: When there is a finding of family violence, the court will issue a protective order that prevents the alleged abuser from contacting or communicating the family. If you have been accused of domestic violence and face a restraining order, it is important to consult with an attorney to ensure that your rights are protected. We are also experienced in representing clients who are seeking the removal of a restraining order. Contact us to learn more about your rights in a domestic abuse case.
- Restraining orders in divorce cases: Sometimes, restraining orders will arise in divorce cases. It is not uncommon for there to be allegations of abuse that will affect the custody rights and other rights of a divorcing parent. If you have been accused of abuse and you are in the middle of or considering a divorce, it is important to take legal action as soon as possible to protect your rights. You may risk losing your rights to custody or to your home. Contact us for more information.