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San Diego Men’s Rights Lawyers, Helping Clients with Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Orders

When a couple lives together and the situation deteriorates to the point where it becomes dysfunctional, everyone involved in that living arrangement suffers enormously.  At this point, unfortunately, accusations can begin to be made against one of the parties, and while there are times when the allegations are valid, there are others where they are not.  These allegations are never more serious than when someone alleges domestic violence.  If you are facing the possibility of needing to file, needing to defend against or needing to modify a domestic violence temporary restraining order, seek the help of experienced San Diego men’s rights attorneys as soon as possible.  Below is a brief overview of these situations.

Applications for Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Orders (DVTROS)

If you have been harmed by your domestic partner or spouse or you’ve been realistically threatened in this regard, you need to take immediate action to protect yourself.  The situation may seem even more urgent if a child in the home has suffered abuse or the threats of abuse.  In these situations, an experienced San Diego men’s rights lawyer will be able to help you complete the application for the protective order and see the process through.

Defense against Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Orders

If your domestic partner or your spouse has filed for a domestic violence temporary restraining order and you need to defend yourself against these allegations, you need to act immediately to fight against the issuance of this order.  There are many reasons as to why this defense is necessary, perhaps most importantly the very real possibility that the record of this order could come back to harm the recipient of it when it comes time to decide on such issues as child custody pursuant to a California divorce.

Modifications of Domestic Violence Temporary Restraining Orders

When a domestic violence temporary restraining order is entered against a person, there are usually specific terms included that involve a requirement of no contact with the filing party and other restrictions, some of which may be unreasonable given the reality of a person’s situation.  If this has happened to you, there is a possibility of having some of the terms of this order modified, but proper procedure needs to be followed.

Overall, the issues surrounding these orders are extremely troubling, and their issuance can carry heavy consequences for those who have these orders entered against them.  If you face this situation, you need to immediately seek the help of San Diego men’s rights lawyers who have helped many clients deal with this problem. Contact the Men’s Legal Center today to schedule an initial consultation.