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The Law Office of Dennis R. Ingols can help you obtain a restraining order to protect yourself from abuse or harassment, and can help you to defeat bogus requests for restraining orders.
A domestic violence restraining order is a court order that helps protect people from verbal, physical or written abuse. You can require a restraining order if the person who commited the abuse has or had a close relationship with you (married, divorced, separated, dating or used to date, live together or used to live together), or it can be a relative (parent, child, brother, sister, grandmother, grandfather, in-law)
The first order (called a Temporary Restraining Order or TRO) will generally last until your first court date. The judge will review the evidence and will decide whether to cancel it or extend it.
If approved, the court can order the abuser not to contact or go near you, your children, or others who live with you, not to have a gun, and/or to move out of your house.
Mr. Ingols has the experience to help you present the evidence to the judge to convince him to grant or deny the restraining order.
If you want effective representation focused on reasonable results consistent with the facts and the law, The Law Office of Dennis R. Ingols is right for you. Mr. Ingols will listen to your story and ask key questions about your case before giving you a candid opinion about your case.
We will be honored to assist and provide you with the quality legal representation and one-on-one attention you deserve. Call today for your free initial consultation (408) 601-0126