Protection Orders

Do You Need Legal Protection?

Countless Americans throughout the country are affected by domestic abuse every single day, and while abusers may seem powerful at the moment, it’s important to know there are legal options set up specifically to protect victims. If you feel afraid, threatened, or hurt, you deserve the opportunity to take action necessary to secure protection for yourself and for your loved ones. Ohio law provides victims of abuse a number of protections and hiring an experienced family lawyer can help you put together a plan of action that will help get you in a safe position moving forward.

Call us at (614) 344-4311 to discuss your situation with one of our lawyers today.

Securing a protection order, sometimes known as a restraining order, is an important step toward a better future, and our Columbus family law lawyers at Grossman Law Offices have decades of experience navigating the legal process that we will use to put you in the best position possible and secure the outcome you deserve. With more than 100 years of collective experience, you can rest assured that your case is in good hands when you hire our firm to represent you. Contact us today to fill us in about your situation and learn more about what we can do to help.

What Can A Protection Order Do For Me?

There are a number of different types of protection orders Ohio courts can provide, but victims of domestic abuse may be issued a Civil Protection Order (CPO). These orders are intended to prevent domestic abuse from occurring again, orders the abuser to do certain things and prevents them from doing others. Some of the protections include:

  • Directing the abuser to stop their abusive actions.
  • Grant the victims possession of the home or residence and require the abuser to vacate the premises, or require the abuser to provide the victim with alternative suitable housing.
  • Award temporary custody of any children to the victim.
  • Require the abuser to provide financial support for the victim.
  • Require the abuser to undergo counseling.
  • Restrict the abuser from entering the place of employment, business, school, or residence of the victim or other family members.

Even people who receive a Domestic Violence Temporary Protection Order (DVTPO) from a criminal court are encouraged to seek a CPO because it offers protection for a longer period of time. No matter what, it’s best to speak with your attorney about your legal options in order to determine your best course of action.

Fill out our online form to let us know the details of your case.

Hire An Attorney You Can Count On

At Grossman Law Offices, our Columbus family law attorneys have dedicated their careers to providing individuals and families in need with the experienced and passionate legal representation they deserve. If you are looking to hire legal representation to help you secure a protection order, give our firm a call at (614) 344-4311 to discuss your situation over the phone or fill out our online form to provide us the details of your case today.