Gwinnett County Lawyers Handling Restraining Orders

Restraining orders are designed to protect people from domestic violence. It is important to understand that domestic violence does not always mean physical violence. Restraining orders can protect people from stalking and harassment as well.

If you need a restraining order, we encourage you to get in touch with us at the Lowendick Law Office as soon as possible. We will move quickly to get you the protection you need. Often, we find that people need this protection in the midst of a divorce, child custody dispute or other family law matter. We can handle all issues surrounding the domestic violence incident.

Immediate Protection Is Available

We have the experience to get you immediate protection with a temporary restraining order. If longer-term protection is needed, there will be a hearing. At that hearing, we can request that the temporary order turn into a year-long order for the offending party to have no contact with you. Any violation of this order can lead to serious consequences, and we will make certain that the order is enforced if need be.

If A Restraining Order Has Been Issued Against You

If you have found yourself on the other side of a restraining order, it is important to understand that this comes with severe consequences. You do have options to defend yourself, and we can help you explore them. You must move quickly, however, because the hearing will take place very soon after the temporary restraining order is issued. Furthermore, you may be facing criminal domestic violence charges. Our criminal defense attorneys can help.

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Call us at 770-338-8300 or send us an email to schedule a free consultation with one of our Lawrenceville restraining order lawyers.