Family Violence & Protective Orders
Detailed Advice on Family Violence & Protective Orders Issues
The state of Texas takes a severe stance against individuals found to have committed acts of family violence against their spouses or children. The state’s protective order program prevents abusers from contacting their victims, shielding the victim against further acts of abuse.
For the last three decades, I have offered family law services to clients throughout the Frisco, Texas, area. This work has given me the experience and knowledge needed to help you deal with even the most complicated and emotionally charged family violence issues.
Here to Support You, Regardless of Your Family Violence Issue
Reach out to me today to discuss how I may be of service to you when dealing with issues related to family violence, including:
- Obtaining a protective order: If you or your child have been abused by your spouse or significant other, seek a safe place as quickly as possible. Then, contact me to begin the process of obtaining a protective order. I offer the support you need to initiate the process, answer the questions that may be asked by police officers, and ensure that the order offers the maximum protection for you and your children.
- Enforcing a protective order: Far too often, abusers overstep the bounds set forth by a protective order. In these cases, further action must be taken to protect you and your children. I’m here to help you enforce the protective order by whatever legal means necessary.
- Combatting a false threat of violence: During divorce proceedings, false threats of violence are often made to discredit a spouse or to turn the tide of the proceedings into the accuser’s favor. I have handled many divorce proceedings involving false accusations of violence and can help you understand your options for protecting yourself.
Whatever your specific needs may be, I am here to offer the support and guidance you need to protect yourself, your children and your future.