Pearland Protective Restraining Orders
Helping Clients Legally Ensure Their Safety & the Safety of Their Families in Harris County & Surrounding Areas
Protective orders are used in cases where there are allegations of family violence or dating violence. The procedure for obtaining one can be extremely complex and fact intensive. But in general, all these orders are designed to protect families and children from further acts of violence. The term violence is broadly defined in the family code. The Dieye Firm understands the severity of your situation and our Pearland protective restraining order lawyers will do everything we can to help you obtain one of these orders.
We serve residents of Harris County and the surrounding areas. Call our office at (832) 299-1990 today.
Temporary Restraining Orders (TRO)
TRO’s, are highly recommended in Texas
family law cases. These orders are usually prepared at the same time as the initial
pleadings. They contain injunctions against both parties. In a divorce
case for example, the injunctions usually relate to the preservation of
property. So, for example, a common injunction would be to prevent either
party from selling, transferring or disposing of any property. This would
deter a party from deciding to sell off a good chunk of the estate and
absconding with the money they get from it. Each party is almost always
prohibited from going on a wild spending spree or incurring massive debt,
in order to ensure the community estate’s integrity.
There can also include injunctions regarding the children. Most courts will order both parties to not withdraw the children from the school they are in or taking them out of state without prior written permission. TRO’s are essentially a ‘status quo’ order, ensuring the preservation of the estate and stability of the children until the court can get the parties to a hearing where evidence and arguments can be presented.
The Length of TRO’s
TRO’s last for only 14 days from the time the judge signs the order. Usually, the judge will sign off on an extension, particularly if there has been a problem in getting the other party served with the case. A temporary orders hearing should be set prior to the expiration of the TRO so the parties can get some temporary relief like support, the use and management of the property, and custody and possession of the children. There will usually be a determination as to whether the injunctions listed in the TRO’s should continue throughout the case. (Usually, they are).
Let Our Skilled & Compassionate Attorneys Help You Obtain Safety
Depending on your case, we can let you know whether we believe a protective order is warranted. If you are the subject of a protective order, we can also defend you against the allegations, and mitigate the potential exposure you face if an order is issued against you. As for TRO’s, we will ensure that any specialized language is presented to the judge to preserve your estate. If you have unusual circumstances regarding your children or your property, it is important for the court to be aware of these circumstances so that they can issue the appropriate orders. Our team is ready to ensure your rights are protected to the maximum extent.
Fill out our online contact form or call us at (832) 299-1990 to begin your legal action.
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