Riverside Protective Orders Lawyer
Are you a target of domestic violence and in need of a protective order to ensure your family’s safety?
Have you been falsely accused of domestic violence and left vulnerable to a wide range of harsh punishments if convicted?
When a protective order, restraining order or temporary restraining order (TRO) must be issued following an episode of domestic violence, such as spousal abuse or child abuse, come to the Law Offices of Catherine A. Schwartz — for experience you can trust.
Catherine A. Schwartz has more than 30 years of experience with successful handling of legal issues after allegations of domestic violence, and defenses against those charges in criminal courts.
Our law firm’s founder and her skilled staff of lawyers are ready to protect your rights with extensive knowledge of the justice system, compassion for your situation and attentive personal service that makes a difference.
Experienced Order Of Protection Attorneys Serving Riverside Clients
You can have complete confidence in our law office’s grasp of all details, deadlines and hearings related to “no contact” orders, as well as emergency and temporary protective orders, personal empowerment programs and moves to modify or lift an order for protection.
An order can be issued after only one instance of alleged domestic violence. If you feel you have been unfairly singled out for such an accusation, our aggressive criminal law practice can thoroughly safeguard your interests.
Don’t surrender to the reality of domestic abuse. Protective orders are available to do exactly that — protect you and your family from physical harm, stalking and harassment in the future. Contact our Riverside lawyers today by calling 951-686-8190 or sending an email.
Family Law Overview
- Divorce/Legal Separation
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- Bankruptcy & Divorce
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- Property Division
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- Military Divorce
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- Ex Parte Emergency Hearings
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- Grandparents' Rights
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- Domestic Violence
- Restraining Orders/Protective Orders
- Child Custody/Visitation
- How Domestic Violence Affects Custody