There are four reasons why a person might take a restraining order out on someone else. The reason must be petitioned to a California court for a restraining order to be issued. Restraining the behavior of another person must be based on the safety and security of the petitioner. They may be issued on an emergency, temporary or permanent basis or in various cases.
Like most matters of the California court, restraining can be complex. It serves your best interest to consult a qualified lawyer to help you through the process. The experienced Los Angeles restraining order attorneys at Okabe & Haushalter can assist you with all aspects of restraining orders.
If a court does decide to issue a restraining order, it will first listen to all the specifics in the case. There is not just one type of restraining order. The specific type of conflict or harassment informs the court on which type of order to issue.
California law specifies that there are four distinct types of restraining orders. These include:
If you are harassed, stalked, or threatened, and feel you are in immediate danger, call 911 for law enforcement’s assistance. Then, contact a lawyer to help you fill out a request for a temporary restraining order. Having representation always helps in these situations.
The Los Angeles restraining order attorneys at Okabe & Haushalter will stand by your side. And if the person you filed the order against has legal representation challenging the validity of the restraining order, we will be there to defend you and your rights.
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