Rhode Island Restraining Order Attorney

Restraining orders, also known as orders of protection, are court orders that demand individuals to cooperate with a specific set of orders. They often require the party served with the orders to refrain from certain acts. These orders are commonly served in conjunction with domestic violence and sexual assault cases. The stipulations of restraining order laws vary from state to state.

What Should I Do If I've Been Served with a Temporary Restraining Order?

If you have been served with a temporary restraining order, you will be ordered to have no contact with the alleged victim. You may also potentially be at risk of losing access to your home and contact with your children. The court will establish a date and time for your hearing. This hearing will determine if a permanent injunction for protection is necessary. We recommend hiring an experienced Restraining Order attorney to represent your best interests. The severity of this hearing could impose life-long consequences if the injunctive relief is approved.

Who Can Restraining Orders Be Filed Against?

  • A former or current spouse...
  • A relative including those related by blood or marriage...
  • A person you reside with, or resided with prior to the allegations...
  • A person you have a child with...

What circumstances are required for a restraining order to be granted?

  • An act of domestic violence...
  • An act which creates reasonable cause for the Petitioner to believe that he or she is in danger as a result of the alleged attackers behavior...

If you or a loved one have been served a temporary or permanent restraining order contact our Rhode Island law firm for your FREE consultation at 401-229-5088. Our office is conveniently located in downtown Providence across from the courthouse.

Rhode Island Restraining Order Attorney

The Law Office of Chad F Bank The Law Office of Chad F Bank
127 Dorrance Street Providence , RI 02903
Phone: 401-229-5088

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