Orders of Protection in Jacksonville
Guidance from Our Jacksonville Family Law Attorney
If you need an Injunction for a Protection or Order of Protection,
contact a Jacksonville divorce lawyer for help preparing your petition. A competent lawyer can ensure sufficient
information is provided for both a temporary and permanent injunction
for protection or a restraining order. When a person feels threatened,
harassed or in physical danger from another individual, they can petition
the court for an Injunction for Protection or Order of Protection. From
there, a judge will immediately review the case, and in most situations
will issue a temporary injunction for protection or a restraining order.
Then, a hearing will be held a few weeks later to determine if the temporary
order will become permanent. A Jacksonville family law attorney can appear
with you at the hearing to answer questions regarding the petition and
help ensure a permanent order is approved. An Injunction for Protection
or Order of Protection will prevent the person named in the order from
having any further contact with the petitioner. This includes:
- Written communication
- Electronic communication
- Verbal communication
If the order is violated, it can result in penalties such as jail time
Do you need an order of protection?
Attorneys at the office of Jason K.S. Porter, P.A. has helped many individuals
prepare and file a petition for an injunction for protection or Order
of Protection. We can competently guide you through the process and represent
you at your hearing.
Domestic violence cases can often result in an injunction for protection or Order of Protection
spousal abuse such as:
- Pulling hair
- Sexual abuse
- Emotional abuse
- Threats of violence
Our firm can help you understand injunction for protection or Order of
Protection procedures and assist you in filing a petition. If someone
is seeking an injunction for protection or Order of Protection against
you, we can protect your rights and help prevent the order from being
issued if you have been falsely accused of abuse, harassment, stalking
or related crimes.
Contact a Jacksonville divorce attorney from our firm to discuss your case and the Order of Protection process.