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Domestic violence restraining orders usually fall into two categories: someone seeking protection and the other defending against a restraining order filed against them. Your Legal Key can help you in preparing your request for a domestic violence restraining order or responding if someone filed a restraining order against you.
Restraining orders require quick turnaround times. If you as seeking protection, we understand you need it right away. At Your Legal Key we ensure you have your paperwork within 24 hours.
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You can still hire an attorney at some point in your case if your case requires it. However, by starting your process through Your Legal Key you will have saved thousands of dollars allowing you to use your money to hire an attorney for things such as attending a court hearing instead of filling out paperwork.
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This package allows you to start your request for a Domestic Violence Restraining Order. With this package you will have the option to not only protect yourself (and minors who live in your home) from someone, but to ask the court to make other orders. Examples include, request that the person continue paying bills such as your mortgage/rent, cell phone, insurance, or even make custody orders if necessary.
If someone filed a domestic violence restraining order again you, you will need to respond to it in order to tell the court your side of the story. This package walks you through each step and prepares all the paperwork you need to address each point the other side made against you.
If you want more information on how the restraining order
process works in California, visit our FAQ section.