Restraining Orders in Divorce Cases

Santa Clarita Domestic Violence Lawyer

Whether you are in the middle of a divorce case, you've finalized your divorce, or you are currently dealing with familial issues, domestic violence is something which should never be tolerated. If you are being abused or threatened by your spouse, ex-spouse, or any person in which you have a close relationship with, you should take quick action to retain the services of a skilled Santa Clarita divorce attorney.

Because they bring about very serious and sensitive issues, divorce cases are one of the most common circumstances that can lead to instances of domestic violence. If you are seeking safety from your spouse or from threats of violence in your household, the lawyers at Gharibian & Oliver are here to help. We may be able to work with you to file a restraining order against the person who is harming you or attempting to harm you.

Restraining orders can be against someone you have a close relationship with, including:

  • Your spouse
  • Your boyfriend or girlfriend
  • Your parent
  • Your grandparent
  • Your sibling
  • Your child

When is a Restraining Order Necessary?

When you fear for your personal safety or for the safety of your child, a restraining order may be necessary. If the person in question has already harmed you or your child, or has a history of violence, it can be extremely terrifying for you and your family. Rest assured that our attorneys and legal team are here to help.

With over 20 years of experience practicing family law, we can work on your side to help you with the paperwork and details involved in a restraining order. We take a great interest in our clients to ensure that your rights and best interest are always being protected.

To make an appointment for a case consultation, contact our Santa Clarita domestic violence attorneys at (661) 349-9302!

At Gharibian & Oliver, we understand that each family law matter is unique and requires a plan of action and legal strategy crafted to meet the needs of each family member.