Seeking a Restraining Order?

San Luis Obispo & Santa Maria Family Attorney

restrainingYou and your family should not have to live in fear after experiencing verbal, physical, or psychological threats or abuse at the hands of another family member, such as a partner or spouse. If you fear for your safety, we can help you file a restraining order against any individual in order to prevent him or her from coming near you.

Our services also extend to individuals who have been served with a restraining order. If you have been accused of domestic violence, your child custody rights may be negatively impacted.

To learn more about protective orders / restraining orders, speak with us in a free consult.

We, the caring legal team at the Law Offices of R. Morgan Holland, L.C., understand that it can be difficult to step forward and take legal action against an abuser. Many victims have been living in fear for so long that they hesitate when it comes to filing a restraining order. But we can stand at your side and give you the guidance and courage you need to move on with your life.

Ensuring the Safety of Families Since 1988

Our firm has handled thousands of cases, ranging from the most straightforward and complex across Santa Maria and San Luis Obispo. When you turn to us for help, you can be sure that we will handle your case with the confidentiality and attention to detail it merits.

We can help you petition for a restraining order against your abuser, be it a partner or spouse. If your spouse or partner has issued a restraining order against you, we can also help make sure you comply with all the terms so you are never in violation.

Why hire us to represent you? We offer our clients the following:

  • A free, 30-minute case analysis
  • 28+ years of legal experience
  • Trusted and passionate legal representation, both inside and outside of court
  • Timely and cost-effective resolutions

Ready to move forward?

Please call our San Luis Obispo divorce attorney as soon as possible to discuss the details of your case.