Domestic Violence Attorney Serving Woodland Hills & Century City
Family Law Attorney Protecting You from Abuse
Taub & Taub, P.C. strives to help each client protect themselves and their family members in any family-related legal matter, including domestic violence. All cases of domestic violence are handled according to California family law. Anyone who is looking to find protection from domestic violence should not hesitate to speak with a
Woodland Hills family law attorney from our firm.
How Do I Get a Restraining Order in California?
First of all, if you are in danger of being abused or injured by a member of your household, call 9-1-1 right away. The officer who arrives on the scene will have evidence that you are being abused. This can help you obtain an Emergency Protective Order (EPO-001) immediately to prevent you from suffering further abuse until you can file for a restraining order. If you have suffered from abuse in the past and are looking to prevent future instances of domestic violence, you should also consider getting a restraining order.
With help from a family lawyer from Taub & Taub, P.C., you can complete paperwork (Form DV-110) for a
Temporary Restraining Order and submit it to your local family court clerk. You must also serve the restraining order papers to the person from whom you are seeking protection. A court hearing will follow, where you and the other party will present your arguments, and a family law judge will make a final decision whether or not to issue a
Restraining Order After Hearing (Order of Protection) (Form DV-130), which is essentially your "permanent" restraining order.
Let a Woodland Hills Divorce Lawyer Fight for You
Our firm can act quickly to help you get the protection that you need, so do not wait. Speak with a Woodland Hills family lawyer from Taub & Taub, P.C. as soon as possible! We can help you understand your options and guide you step by step as you fill out the paperwork and file it with the court. We can also help you serve the other party and can represent you in court.
Contact us today at (818) 839-2415 for more information!