What is a Restraining Order?
It is important to understand exactly what a 209A Restraining Order means for all parties involved. One major stipulation with a Restraining Order is the accused abuser must physically stay away from the person filing the Restraining Order. They must vacate the home, if they share one. The person served with a Restraining Order must not contact the other party, either directly or indirectly. This means they must stay from that person’s workplace, school, or other places they may be. Someone served with a 209A Restraining Order can’t stop paying rent, mortgage, or utilities on a shared residence. They must also surrender all firearms.
Restraining Order Process
Having legal representation is vital when dealing with a 209A Restraining Order. The paperwork, hearings, and implications are far-reaching, and having us by your side will make the process much smoother. Regardless of what side of a 209A Restraining Order you may be on, our Firm will dedicate the time needed to help bring the issue to a favorable conclusion. We will work diligently to investigate the facts and present your side in the best possible light, working to bring about the best resolution for all parties. Resources: The Massachusetts Coalition Against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Shapiro Law Group, PC is your source for honest and unbiased 209A Restraining Order information and support. We work closely with clients in these types of situations and provide ongoing legal support when needed. Our flexible hours also help ensure we are accessible when you need us. If you have filed for a Restraining Order out of fear for your safety, after you have gone through the necessary steps to secure your immediate safety, call Shapiro Law Group, PC. Regardless of what side of a 209A Restraining Order you may be on, it is never advised that you deal with it alone. Let us see if we can help you through this challenging and uncertain time. The attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (339) 298-2300.