In some situations obtaining a protective order is necessary in order to protect one spouse against another from physical abuse or the threat of physical abuse. Protective orders can also be obtained to protect children.
A protective order requires the parties to completely stay away from each other and to have no communication with each other unless the court makes specific exceptions. The violation of a protective order is a serious matter and can result in criminal charges being filed against the violating party. Once a protective order is issued, it may stay in place for an indefinite period of time. Attorney John S. Larsen represents both those people who need to obtain a protective order for their own safety and those who have had a protective order filed against them.
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