Orders For Protection And Harassment Restraining Orders
Are you a victim of domestic abuse? Have you been accused of committing an act of domestic violence? The law offices of Coodin & Overson, PLLP, offers experienced representation for clients needing a restraining order or attempting to prevent an order from being issued against them. Contact our firm today to schedule your free initial consultation.
Call Coodin & Overson, PLLP, today at 651-319-5180. We understand the seriousness of this order. Our experienced attorneys can represent and counsel you during the process of dealing with an order for protection.
Which Type Of Order Do You Need?
Minnesota has two types of orders that can protect you from your abuser: orders for protection and harassment restraining orders. Our attorneys can explain the differences to you and advise you on what is applicable to your situation.
- Orders for protection: An OFP orders the abuser to stop the abuse. These can be temporary or permanent orders. Temporary orders for protection can be issued at a hearing without the abuser present; long-term orders for protection require a hearing that both parties attend.
- Harassment restraining orders: An HRO orders the person to stop harassing or stalking you. These matters generally involve someone other than a spouse, significant other or family member.
To learn more about harassment restraining orders, read our related article.
Our lawyers are adept at handling domestic violence issues that overlap with other family matters such as divorce. If there is a history of domestic violence in your relationship, we urge you to seek help.
Are you a victim of spousal abuse, stalking or any type of harassment by a spouse or significant other? Are you attempting to stop an order for protection from keeping you from having contact with your children? Contact us today to schedule your consultation with an experienced attorney.