Yolo County Domestic Violence Lawyer
Domestic violence is physical violence or a threat of violence which occurs within a family or intimate relationship. Whether you are the victim of domestic violence or accused of perpetrating domestic violence, it is important for you to protect your rights. We can advise you of your rights pertaining to issues involving domestic violence and can assist you in obtaining or defending a Domestic Violence Restraining Order.
Restraining Orders Impact All Aspects of Your Family Law Matter Including Child Custody and Visitation Orders
The courts employ the best interest of the child standard when making custody and visitation orders. Thus, the physical safety and emotional well being of your child is among the first considerations when making decisions regarding custody and visitation. A restraining order against a parent has the potential of greatly impacting that parent’s custodial rights. Additionally, the issuance of a restraining order can affect the offending party in other aspects of your family law case, including property rights, property distribution and spousal support payments.
Whether you are seeking a restraining order or defending against a restraining order, we will help you understand your rights and assist you in articulating your side of the story in an effective manner. We will also pull from her network of legal resources in the community in providing legal assistance, including law enforcement, the District Attorney’s office, and other organizations.
Contact An Experienced Davis And Woodland Restraining Order Attorney For Immediate Action
If you believe that you and/or your children are in imminent danger, or you have had a restraining order issues against you, don’t hesitate to call the Law Office of Sherine Pahlavan now for swift action in protecting your interests. To contact our office call (530) 302-4040 complete an online contact form. Our office, located across from Central Park in Davis, CA at 260 Russell Blvd. Suite A, is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 12 noon on Fridays.