Protection Orders And Restraining Orders In Everett And Snohomish County

Domestic ViolenceAt Akiona Law, PLLC, we can help you explore your various options for seeking the protection you need through a domestic violence order for protection, a restraining order or another option. If a protection order has been placed against you after false allegations of domestic violence or abuse, it is important to take immediate legal action. Please contact us online or call us at 425-740-2209 or 888-298-1003 today to discuss your needs and legal options.

Seeking A Restraining Order

When you are concerned about your personal safety and wish to explore legal options that can offer security to you and your family, you may wish to seek a restraining order. Most people think of a restraining order when they wish to stop abusive behavior or harassment by another individual. Washington state has several restraining order options that can address the other party's threatening behavior, such as a divorce restraining order or a civil anti-harassment order.

Our team can help you determine what no contact order — divorce restraining order or civil anti-harassment order — is a better fit for your needs.

Fighting A Restraining Order

If a restraining order or similar protection order has been placed against you after false accusations of domestic violence, you should talk to a lawyer as soon as possible. It is not uncommon for one spouse to accuse another of abuse or domestic violence in divorce proceedings with the intent of gaining an unfair advantage for child custody or remaining in the family home. If you find yourself in this situation, it is important to seek legal advice to defend against a restraining order and protect your family relationships.

Contact A Snohomish County Law Firm For Help With Restraining Order Issues

To discuss your restraining order or domestic violence matter, please call 425-740-2209, toll free at 888-298-1003, or contact us online.