At Alabama Divorce & Family Lawyers, LLC, we are highly experienced in handling all civil matters regarding restraining orders in Alabama. Contact us online or call (205) 255-1155 to request a free consultation. There is no risk in speaking to a Birmingham family lawyer about your options.
If you are not ready to call an attorney, yet you have questions, do not hesitate to submit them to our discussion forum where you can receive answers from Alabama residents and attorneys.
If you or your children have been harmed by a family member, spouse, or person with whom you have a romantic or sexual relationship, then you should seriously consider speaking with a lawyer about getting a restraining order. At Alabama Divorce & Family Layers, LLC, we have helped many men and women protect their health and safety by representing them in domestic violence cases.
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Our domestic abuse lawyers at Alabama Divorce & Family Lawyers, LLC can also help when you are on the other side of the situation. Restraining orders are serious, legally binding court orders that can damage your personal and professional reputation. If children are involved in the situation, it could impact your child custody and visitation rights. If you are going through a divorce, your spouse may use a restraining order to gain a financial advantage. There are far too many reasons for someone to wrongfully accuse you of domestic violence.
If you are falsely accused of abuse, contact us right away. We will thoroughly investigate your situation, gather evidence that you did not commit abuse, and build you a strong defense in court. Even if the other party was able to obtain an emergency court order against you, there is still an opportunity to defend against a long-term restraining order.
Whenever you have questions about restraining orders in Alabama or how an attorney at Alabama Divorce & Family Lawyers, LLC can help, feel free to post a question on our community discussion forum or request a free initial consultation.
Through movies and television shows, or friends and family throughout the U.S., you may hear about restraining orders. This is a generic term for a court order that requires someone to stay away from and not contact you. If you have one or more children, they may be included in the restraining order.
Alabama does not use the term restraining order. Instead, a court order to keep someone away from your child and you is called a protection from abuse (PFA) order or a protective order. However, you will see many law firms and attorneys refer to these orders as restraining orders for simplicity’s sake.
If you have any questions about restraining orders in Alabama, do not hesitate to contact a domestic abuse lawyer at Alabama Divorce & Family Lawyers, LLC. You can also submit your questions to our discussion forum where you may receive answers from other individuals and attorneys.