If you have been accused of any form of domestic violence in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex or any other North Texas community, one of the first steps you should take is to hire a defenseÂ attorney who can take immediate action to protect your rights against the unfair issuance of a restraining order.
A temporary protective order can be put in place by a magistrate based only on accusations. The specific wording and details of a restraining order can seriously affect your access to personal property and your right to see your children. An experienced lawyer can represent your interests and ensure that your rights are not violated.
Even though it may not be possible to prevent the issuance of a temporary protective order, an attorney with skill and experience can help you fight to prevent a temporary order from becoming permanent. At JudinLaw, we have over 30 years legal experience in domestic violence, assault and related cases.Â We can help protect your rights and your freedom against the criminal charges you face as well as any restraining order that may be issued. ContactÂ our office in Dallas today for a free consultation.
Restraining orders are not meant to be used as a weapon in divorce or custody disputes. Unfortunately, some people in these situations are angry enough to fabricate domestic violence allegations and petition for a protective order simply to punish the other party.
Courts in North Texas do not appreciate being manipulated in this way. If you feel you are being persecuted by a former spouse or your child’s other parent who is abusing the court system by filing false claims of harassment, abuse or assault, you need the immediate assistance of an experienced criminal defenseÂ lawyer.
If you need an experienced defense attorney to protect your rights against false allegations of domestic violence and fight unfair restraining orders in the DFW Metroplex or anywhere in North Texas, we can help. Call us today at 214-750-8555 or send us an e-mail now to schedule a free consultation. Se habla espaÃ±ol.