Divorce and family law matters can often become emotional and hotly contested. A person’s action may go beyond the normal emotions accompanying a divorce and become threatening and endangering. The Courts can enter a protection order to prevent the other party from contacting, abusing, harassing, and or following you. These protection orders can be enforced by the police. Sometimes parties use these protection orders to gain an upper hand in the divorce process whether it be to prevent a party from seeing the children, or immediately removing a party from the shared residence.
Michael Switzer is experienced in obtaining and defending against protection orders, whether issued on a temporary or permanent basis, in District or County Court. If you need help with a protection order issue, Contact Switzer Family Law Office, LLC to get protection today.