At Aaron M. Hudson Law Firm, I understand the damage that an order of protection against you can have on your life. A restraining order, injunction or another type of civil directive could prevent you from seeing your family or even returning to your own home. These orders place a range of restrictions on people accused of domestic violence, but in general, they force a person to stay away from the person who files the order and cease any form of contact with them. I will provide a strong defense aimed at protecting your rights and freedom in the Rancho Cucamonga area and throughout California.
All restraining orders are intended to protect victims of abuse by restricting the behavior of the targeted individual. This is meant to help people claiming abuse to live without fear of harm. In some cases, however, the system doesn’t work as it should and people are treated unfairly due to a misunderstanding or issue with their relationship.
I can help you understand exactly how civil domestic violence orders are established and enforced in California. These orders may take different names depending on the jurisdiction, but often include provisions such as:
Other common provisions found in certain jurisdictions require the person the order is filed against to surrender firearms or to pay spousal or child support. Some states even issue orders allowing the person seeking the order to take sole possession of vehicles or a living space by forcing the person listed in the order to move out. Regardless of the specific language, I make every effort to undo any unwarranted restrictions or directives.
After a protective order or a similar type of injunction or restraint has been enacted, you do have options. My firm works to modify directives that overreach or whose terms do not reflect the current circumstances. It is particularly important to seek revisions in cases where the order prevents you from maintaining a close relationship with your child. If you’ve been accused of violating the terms of a domestic violence order, I vigorously counter false claims against you and work to stop any unfair punishment.
If someone has sought an order of protection to limit your rights, Aaron M. Hudson Law Firm in Rancho Cucamonga will provide the skilled and efficient representation you need. Call me at 909-543-1837 or contact me online to schedule a consultation at my office.