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Are you being harmed or stalked and seeking protection? Do not risk your safety. Learn about your options for an injunction from a restraining order lawyer now.
In order to file a restraining order in South Florida, you must be able to prove that you have reasonable grounds to fear for the safety of yourself as well as the safety of any child in your custody.
If you are looking for how to file a restraining order or injunction, you need an experienced criminal attorney on your side. To speak privately to experienced Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach Restraining Order Lawyer Matt Shafran, call 561-931-6687 for a free case evaluation.
On your day in court, as the petitioner, you will have to establish that the respondent is a threat to you or your children, that they have committed violence against you, or are stalking you. Former prosecutor Matt Shafran has represented countless individuals in restraining order cases and has the qualifications and experience to fight for your protection.
How To File A Restraining Order in Palm Beach County or Broward County
To retain an injunction attorney with courtroom experience, contact Matt Shafran at Weinstein Legal today at 561-931-6687. We will help you get the restraining order you deserve, and need, for your own protection.
Hire A Former Prosecutor And Trial Attorney
When filing for a restraining order in West Palm Beach or Fort Lauderdale, it is imperative that you are represented by an experienced and competent attorney throughout the process. This way, you ensure that all legal criteria for the filing process are properly followed.
What is a Restraining Order vs. an Injunction?
People often use the terms injunction and restraining order interchangeably. In the state of Florida, the official legal term is an “injunction for protection.” When people talk about how to fight a restraining order, they are referring to the term injunction. You may also hear the term “order of protection,” which also refers to an injunction.
In the state of Florida, there are five types of orders of injunctions for protection against violence. These include:
- Injunction for protection against domestic violence
- Injunction for protection against repeat violence
- Injunction for protection against dating violence
- Injunction for protection against sexual violence
- Injunction for protection against stalking
Following a traumatic or violent event, you can trust that we will help you to file an injunction, or restraining order, against the individual who harmed you. We also will defend you if someone is seeking an order of protection against you. Contact our South Florida law firm today to get started. We have offices in West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale, and serve those throughout South Florida, including Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties.