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Culver City Restraining Order Lawyer

Need a restraining order? Our firm can help.

When a domestic partner or spouse engages in acts of violence, it is a very serious situation, which demands immediate action. An angry, violent person could be extremely dangerous to you or your children. A restraining order will restrict that person from contacting you by any means, including phone, email, text, or in person. The abuser will not be allowed to legally come within a certain distance of you, your work or your home. If the order is violated, the individual will be taken into custody, and charged with contempt of court. Lawmakers at the state level are very concerned about domestic violence, and allow for victims to be protected by a restraining order.

Searching for a lawyer for a restraining order in Culver City or Inglewood? At our firm, Widger & Widger, APLC, we take these matters very, very seriously. We do everything possible to help our clients get the protections that are provided under state law. An immediate restraining order must be issued if you or your children are the victim of domestic violence or child abuse, whether physical or emotional. Need an attorney for a restraining order in Culver City? Call our firm immediately for assistance in this critical matter. We are prepared to take action at once.

Types of Restraining Orders

If you are or your children are suffering from any of the following situations, call our firm at once:

  • Domestic violence
  • Elder abuse
  • Child abuse
  • Harassment
  • Emotional abuse
  • Child molestation

A restraining order is the first step in the process of gaining you the safety you deserve. The abuser will be legally restricted from entering the home, following you, contacting you by any means, whether by phone, email, text, letter or in person, and will be required to stay a specific distance from you, or that person will be facing legal repercussions. The restraining order could be temporary or permanent protection. A stay-away order restrains the individual from coming within a specific distance of you at home, at places you frequent, at your work or your vehicle. The various types of restraining orders include a domestic violence restraining order and an elder or dependent adult abuse restraining order.

Contact Widger & Widger, APLC Today

Looking for an attorney for a restraining order in Culver City or Santa Monica? Contact our firm at once if you are at risk of injury or any act of violence. We will get a restraining order issued that at least will allow the abusive person to be taken into custody if he or she violates the order. Protecting you and your children is our ultimate concern, and we are prepared to move into action at once for you. Contact Widger & Widger, APLC today by calling (888) 806-5445.

  • Need to Enforce a Judgement?

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    Read about the different issues our firm addresses.

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Culver City Divorce Attorney
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