Beverly Hills Temporary Restraining Lawyer fights for Victims of Domestic Violence and those Wrongfully Accused
Domestic Violence restraining orders begin either with an EPO or “emergency protective order” if there is Police involvement or by filing an Ex Parte Application for a TRO or “temporary restraining order” with the Court. The Law Office of Bradley S. Sandler is seasoned and experienced restraining order counsel and can assist in obtaining a TRO or responding to a TRO if you have been served with one. A TRO can have a significant impact on your life and a court will make orders regarding the following amongst other orders if they are a part of your case.
- Child Custody and Support orders
- Spousal Support orders
- Stay Away Provisions from home, work, school or other locations
- Use of the residence, Vehicles or other property
- Payment of bills or expenses
- Reimbursement of attorneys
- Orders to turn in Weapons
- Stop Texting, emailing or calling Orders
- Miscellaneous conduct orders that apply to your case
What Conduct is Needed for a Temporary Restraining Order
Not all conduct can be enjoined. There must be connection “abuse” with a connection between the conduct and the TRO that is being sought. The Domestic Violence Prevention Act, defines abuse as any of the following:
- Intentionally or recklessly causing or attempting to cause bodily injury
- Sexual assault
- Placing a person in reasonable apprehension of imminent serious bodily injury to that person or to another
- Engaging in any behavior that has been or could be enjoined such as molesting, attacking, striking, stalking, threatening, battering, harassing, telephoning, destroying personal property, contacting the other by mail or otherwise, disturbing the peace of the other party.
Why Choose a Domestic Violence Restraining Order?
Domestic Violence Restraining Orders only apply to persons who have a certain relationship. If you have a certain relationship with someone and want to stop their abuse, you must seek a Domestic Violence Order on DV 100. To seek a Domestic Violence restraining order, you must establish the other person is one of the following:
- Boyfriend or Girlfriend
- Ex-boyfriend or Ex-girlfriend
- The person the victim is dating or has dated
- Immediate family member (mother, father, in-laws, siblings, adult children, grandfather, grandmother, grandson, granddaughter)
- Has children together with the perpetrator
Assistance with Filing for Ex Parte TRO Relief
Seeking an Ex Parte TRO is a legal procedure that must be done correctly. We can assist in the evaluation of the facts to see the likelihood of a TRO being granted, and ultimately the Permanent Restraining Order. I can also represent you in the Criminal Court if you have been charged with a crime. The impact of a Domestic Violence criminal case or conviction can have a significant impact on custody, support, and use of the residence.
The Law Office of Bradley S. Sandler A Professional Corporation has assisted many parents and individuals in filing or responding to a TRO. Moreover, Attorney Sandler has beaten numerous Domestic Violence criminal cases before or at Trial. Very few Family attorneys can say that. Call 310-246-3900 or contact me at email@example.com to schedule a consultation at my Beverly Hills office.