Temporary Protective Orders in Las Vegas

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Are you currently dealing with a situation where you need protection against a spouse or ex-spouse for domestic violence? Do you need protection against a temporary protective order that has been filed against you? Contacting a Las Vegas divorce lawyer at our law offices is important. Because we have experience in handling both sides of a case involving a temporary protective order, we are able to provide higher quality legal counsel to our clients based upon an understanding of the issues involved with both the person filing for a protective order and the person defending him or herself against an unjustified order. When you contact our firm for a free review of your case, we can offer you information and advice that is tailor-made to your unique situation and needs.

What is a Temporary Protective Order?

A temporary protective order, or TPO, is a court order that is issued in order to protect a victim of domestic violence, abuse, stalking or harassment by a spouse, ex-spouse, family member, girlfriend or boyfriend. It prohibits the person named in the order from contacting or attempting to contact the victim in any way and also mandates that the alleged abuser remain a certain distance away from the victim.

Our law firm is highly experienced in dealing with temporary protective orders throughout the Las Vegas area. In addition to our experience with protective orders in particular, we are competent in dealing with situations related to child abuse, Child Protective Services, the termination of parental rights, child custody and visitation. Applying our knowledge or these matters to assist you in seeking or challenging a protective order allows us to be all the more effective.

Contact a Las Vegas protective order lawyer at Gordon Law Offices today.

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