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Protective Order Tampa

Many people may not have heard much about what a protective order is or what it does, but many people have heard of a restraining order is. With a protective order, Tampa residents should be aware that it is a document issued by a court to help protect an individual from harassment or abuse. It usually issued to someone to protect them from the actions of someone else, most commonly their partner in a romantic relationship or marriage. There are many actions and scenarios that can be avoided when someone files for a protective order and gets approve.


How Does Someone get a Protective Order?


In order for someone to be approved for a protective order, Tampa residents are going to have to file a complaint with their local court and show up to a hearing about it. During this hearing, all those involved will have the opportunity to share their side of the situation, and comment or defend their actions in a legal way. Some people do not ever show up to their hearing for a protective order, which significantly hurts their case and may have their protective order denied or be the subject of a restraining order depending on who it is that did not show up.


What Does a Protective Order Do?


In its most vague understanding, a protective order is designed to help protect someone from abuse and harassment. This can be done through many different ways, under many different conditions. With a protective order, Tampa residents involved would not be allowed to stay with you or your family, including at work or at school. It is not uncommon for a judge to issue a no contact rule for a protective order, which means they are not allowed to call, send messages or letters, or draft emails in order to get in touch with you.


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Couple Inside Car After Road Traffic Accident With Male Driver Suffering Whiplash Injury

Personal Injury

Slip & Falls, Premise Liability, Dog Bites

Traffic Accidents

Car Accidents, Motorcycle Crash, Bicycle Accident

Family Law

Divorce, Child Custody, Child Support, Alimony, Injunctions

Handcuffed hands

Criminal Defense

Domestic Battery, VOP, Drug Possession, Theft, Sex Offenses

Male Driver Being Handcuffed And Arrested By Female Traffic Police Officer For Driving Offence

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Reduce Your Charge, Breath Test Refusal, Improper Stop, Field Sobriety Tests

General Law Information

Testimonials

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