24 January 2012 0 Comments

Domestic violence claims

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California has laws that provide protection for victims of domestic violence by restraining their abusers.  Statistics show that law enforcement responds to thousands and thousands of domestic violence calls each year.

If you believe you are in immediate danger, call the police.  They can make sure you receive and Emergency Protective Order that lasts for five to seven days.  During this time you can go to court and request a Temporary Restraining Order that will protect you for up to three weeks.  The Temporary Restraining Order restrains the abuser from doing or threatening to do any act of injury to you or your minor children.  In addition, it keeps him or her from molesting, following, harassing, stalking, communicating or coming near you.

You do not have to suffer abuse or threats of abuse or injury.  If you have experienced abuse or threats of domestic violence, contact and experienced Riverside Family Law attorney who will provide compassionate service and assertive representation in order to protect you and your loved ones. 

Finally, if you have been falsely accused of domestic violence, contact an experienced Riverside Family Law attorney who will defend your case and fight for your rights.

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