Has A Restraining Order Been Issued Against You?
While a restraining order is often issued temporarily, it can have a long-term effect on the receiver. Lasting evidence of a restraining order can show up in a background check and affect important family matters such as child custody and visitation. In some cases, having had a restraining order issued can be used against an individual in a criminal case.
Are you prepared to handle the consequences of a restraining order? The Law Office of Gustavo E. Frances, P.A., can help you fight a restraining order, ultimately protecting your future and your relationship with your family.
Fighting Against A Restraining Order In Florida
There are cases in which a restraining order is justified and needed. But all too often, people make false accusations and abuse this legal protection — often to get an upper hand in a divorce or child custody dispute.
A restraining order may or may not stay on your permanent record. Working with an attorney on restraining order defense in Florida can help you avoid the current and long-term effects you may be facing:
- Evidence showing up on a background check
- Limited child custody and visitation rights
- Evidence in a criminal case
Get Help Fighting A Restraining Order. Free Consultations.
For help fighting a restraining order in Florida, call criminal defense lawyer Gustavo E. Frances toll free at 954-533-2756 or use an online contact form. Consultations are always free and confidential in domestic violence matters.
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