What is Domestic Violence?
Violence or threats of immediate violence by a spouse, ex-spouse, current or former boyfriend or girlfriend, and certain close family members constitutes domestic violence.
What services do you provide?
We prepare the legal documents or help you prepare the legal documents in order to file for a restraining order against the person who has been violent with you or threatened violence against you.
Will the abuser have to know that I have filed?
A Temporary Restraining Order is a public record. In order to obtain a Restraining Order After Hearing, the Respondent (the person you are filing against) must be served prior to the hearing. We will explain how that process takes place..
For information contact Directing Attorney Deborah Kelly by email or call her at: (213) 896-6491.
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