Riverside Ex Parte Emergency Hearings Attorney
In California, an ex parte application consists of a request of a court to make an emergency order in the event that harm may come to someone in a family.
Typically, one kind of emergency would involve either a child custody matter or the prospect of domestic violence, spousal abuse or child abuse. The court could also step in for situations of child relocation or removal, or if a child was in imminent physical danger.
Do you need an ex parte hearing on behalf of someone in your home in Riverside? Our skilled family law firm can help. We are the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz — a law firm with experience you can trust.
During her more than 30 years of family law experience, attorney Catherine A. Schwartz has participated in a number of ex parte emergency hearings, and the granting of temporary restraining orders for parents who relocate or threaten to abduct a child.
Quality Representation For Ex Parte Emergency Hearings After Domestic Violence In California
Other emergency hearings can be granted due to evidence of physical abuse within a family, including attacks on a family member or child; an emotionally unstable parent’s inability to care for a child; homelessness; substance abuse; suicidal threats; or child neglect.
At the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz, we listen to your side of the story and respond with swift, decisive legal action on your behalf. Contact us to schedule an initial consultation and discuss your domestic issues confidentially and in detail.
Call our lawyers today at 951-686-8190. We respond promptly to your email message.
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