Orders of Protection Lawyer in Grand Rapids
Representing Victims of Domestic Violence
Are you afraid that you or your children are unsafe due to reckless or
intentional behavior of your spouse, ex-spouse, or someone with whom you
share a residence? Our Grand Rapids domestic violence attorney at The
Law Firm of Wayne F. Crowe, Jr., P.C. may be able to help you obtain an
order of protection.
An order of protection can protect you from a wide range of behavior, including:
- Child endangerment or abuse
- Sexual assault
What Does an Order of Protection Do?
The purpose of an order of protection is to prevent the defendant (or accused
individual) from ceasing any type of behavior which threatens you or your
family. This may include anything from physical contact or assault to
stalking and harassment. The bottom line of an order of protection is
that the individual in question will not be permitted to contact you or
come in your vicinity at all.
An order of protection can prohibit the defendant from the following:
- Writing you letters or sending you mail
- Sending emails or any electronic communication
- Visiting your home, school, or work
- Contacting your children
Aggressively Protecting Your Children from Abuse
Depending on the circumstances of your situation, a judge may be able to
use an order of protection to protect your child. If they believe that
it is in your child's best interest to not have contact with the defendant,
we may be able to help you petition for
Contact Our Firm for Legal Protection
We understand that domestic violence can put you and your family in fear
for your safety or your life. If you feel that your spouse or another
person has threatened you and put you in danger, it is essential that
you hire strong legal representation. Our firm is committed to helping
you seek safety with an order of protection.
Please call us today at (616) 202-3988 if you would like a
free case consultation with a Grand Rapids family law attorney.