Domestic Violence Restraining Orders
Marriages end for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it is as a result of domestic violence. Often, a spouse who has experienced domestic violence will be afraid to file for divorce or child custody for fear of the reaction of the other spouse. A Chapter 50B restraining order can assist a spouse who has been a victim of domestic violence or who fears future violence. These agreements can address temporary child custody, possession of a home and vehicle, and various forms of contact.
Contact Cristina Quantock for more information if you need help filing for a restraining order. Getting the complaint drafted correctly the first time can have a dramatic impact on whether the Court grants the Order.Experience Fighting for the Falsely Accused
Our firm also has experience representing those accused of domestic violence. Not only can allegations result in criminal charges, a domestic violence restraining order can have a direct impact on the rest of your divorce. Contact the experienced attorneys of Beaver Courie Sternlicht Hearp & Broadfoot, P.A..