Colorado Springs Protective & Restraining Orders Attorney
What is the Purpose for Restraining & Protective Orders in Colorado?
Protective and restraining orders can keep an individual from:
- Making contact with the petitioner via phone, email, etc.
- Being near the petitioner's home, workplace, and school
- Harassing or threatening the petitioner
- Using the joint property of the petitioner
If you are seeking to file a protective order against another individual,
or if you have had one filed against you, seek my informative counsel
at The Samuelson Law Firm. Here, my staff and I make sure the needs of
our clients are always our main priority, and we work hard to make sure
you are protected. From representing you in court to handling all the
necessary paperwork, nothing is more important to us than making sure
you are safe. As your dedicated Colorado Spring
divorce lawyer, I am committed to your peace of mind, and this includes keeping
you informed about your options as your case progresses.
Arrange for a free consult by calling (719) 941-1127 immediately.
Your safety is important to me.
Divorce & Restraining Orders in Colorado Springs
Restraining orders can provide protection for both yourself and any children
who may reside in your household. You have the option of including the
details of your protective order within the proceedings of your divorce,
if you choose. Until the divorce is finalized, you would need to get a
temporary restraining order, which provides protection until the conclusion
of the divorce proceedings. Permanent restraining orders are also available
in extreme cases of persistent, threatening behavior.
Whether or not you choose to include your restraining order terms as part
of your divorce proceedings, you may need to consider what type of restraining
order you wish to apply for. A temporary restraining order is only active
for a limited period of time, while a permanent restraining order can
last a predetermined number of years and can even be extended. A no-contact
restraining order applies to both parties, meaning that neither person
may contact the other in any circumstances. Consult with our
family law and divorce attorney in Colorado Springs to come to a decision about what
kind of protective order will best serve you and your family.
Give my team
a call at (719) 941-1127 today.
I am available 24/7 to protect you.